National Education Policy 2020: National Perspective to Education of Tribes

  • Sunita Meena
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  • Sunita Meena

    Research scholar at Department of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

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Education has been institutionalized in the form of formal education in the schools and higher educational institutions in the remote and tribal areas gradually with the changing educational policies and programmes in independent India with the advent of developing educational infrastructure and Awareness in the remote areas. This resulted in a gradual increase in the percentage of literacy rate. The National Education Policy 2020, which aims to ensure equity and inclusion, has given a national perspective to the education of tribes and is a true manifest of good governance. programmes like Digital India, Samagra Shiksha, etc are facilitating students from tribal and rural areas to compete at the national level. The present paper tries to evaluate how much extent the national education policy 2020 helps tribal students to encourage them to take entry into the threshold of education and to carry on their studies. Again, it also tries to bring out the probability of how it helps tribal students to get them excelled in the job field and enhance their socio-economic conditions by creating more taxpayers in the society from the tribal community.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 807 - 815


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