Effect of the Provisions of the Right to Education Act-2009 on School Dropout of Muslim Students in Upper Primary Schools
Keywords:Upper Primary School, School Dropout, Muslim Class, Right to Education Act-2009
In the present research study, the impact of the provisions of the Right to Education Act-2009 on the school dropout of Muslim students in upper primary schools of Hapur and Baghpat districts of Uttar Pradesh has been seen on the basis of rural and urban areas. In this research, based on quantitative research method, record analysis method has been used under the survey method. In this research, as a sample, 12 upper primary schools have been selected equally from rural and urban areas of Baghpat and Hapur districts on the basis of purposive method of sampling. The records of all the students of the Muslim category from the academic session-2015 to 2019 of these schools have been analysed. Means, averages and diagrams have been used for the analysis of the data. As a research conclusion, it was found that after the implementation of the Right to Education Act, there has been an improvement in the school dropout of Muslim students in upper primary schools. But it has been found in both urban and rural areas in a disorganized rather than continuous manner.
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