A Case Study on Accessibility of School in Tribal Areas and Its Implications on Educational Inclusiveness

Vishal D. Pajankar


Schools accessibility has been areas of concern for the development and proliferation of the education system in any developing nation. India is no exception to the same. Since the time India gained independence efforts have been made to provide inclusiveness in the dissemination of educational facilities across the nation.  However, geographical characteristics of the place and the lack of development of basic infrastructural facilities have often hindered the learner from coming to the learning centre (school).  This case study is one such review of the role played by accessibility in increase of school attendance at two blocks of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh in central India. Similar topography and other factors are prominent in other parts of India so, the suggestions in the case study can be replicated in other areas as well.

Keywords: Education system, Accessibility, Scheduled Tribes, Community Participation.

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