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Attitude of adolescent girl students towards education in the light of kanyashree prakalpa

Author: 
Sandip Mandal and Abhijit Guha
Subject Area: 
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

Women plays a vital role in inclusive growth of a nation or a society through sustainable development. A girl child may blossom into an ever fragrant flower with the proper nourishment of her mother. Education is a vital issue to be an ideal mother in future. Few measures were taken for empowerment of women in the course of providing incentives or providing different scopes to access education since early age. The present study is conducted with the main objectives to know the attitude towards education of adolescent girl students in the light of Kanyashree Prakalpa with respect to the variation of class (across age), locality and caste category. The data are collected from randomly selected 926 unmarried adolescent girl students from the secondary and higher secondary schools of Medinipur division (administrative division), West Bengal through using self developed tool, Adolescent Girls’ Attitude towards Education Scale (AGATES). Data consists of 85.9 % beneficiary of Kanyashree Prakalpa and 14.1% non-beneficiary of Kanyashree Prakalpa, 50.1 % urban area student and 49.9% rural area student, 38.3% general category student, 29.6 % OBC category student, 22.8 % scheduled caste category student and 9.3 % scheduled tribe category student and the girl students belonging to class VIII (13 plus years) to class XII (17 plus years). The raw data are tabulated in MS-Excel 2007 and t-test, ANOVA are done by SPSS 22.00 version. Result of investigation indicates that there are significant changes in attitude towards education of Kanyasree Prakalpa beneficiaries among the class groups VIII (13 plus years) – IX (14 plus years) (p= 0.00),VIII (13 plus years) – X (15 plus years) (p= 0.001),VIII(13 plus years) – XI (16 plus years) (p= 0.02),VIII (13 plus years) – XII (17 plus years) (p= 0.006), XI (16 plus years) – IX (14 plus years) (p= 0.045)and the attitude towards education of beneficiaries are in better position than non-beneficiaries. Local variation plays significant role for beneficiaries but it does not play any role for non-beneficiaries. Mean score of Scheduled tribe category students’ attitude towards education are low for both beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries. Finally the investigator concluded that Kanyashree Prakalpa is not just a social welfare scheme, it is future.

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