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Poverty And Education
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Poverty And Education

Let’s look today at how India achieves pre-primary enrollment goals-but there are still many marginalized kids left behind. According to UNESCO, 287 million or 37% of the world’s illiterate people are Indians. The number of people who can’t read or write in the whole world is about 900 million. India’s literacy rate is around 74% –leaving a quarter of the population without basic skills in reading and writing.
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Child Labour And Right To Education
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Child Labour And Right To Education

Education is a key component of any effective effort to eliminate child labour. For child labour, there are many interlinked explanations. No single factor can fully explain its persistence and growth in certain cases. The way various causes interact with each other at different levels ultimately determines whether an individual ...
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Why Educating Girls Is Important In India?
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Why Educating Girls Is Important In India?

Education, whether a boy or a girl, is an essential part of a living being. Education helps an individual become smarter, learn new things, and learn about the world's facts. India is the second largest nation in the world in terms of residents, but India's rate of girl education is extremely low. Educating the girl child must be ....
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Reasons Why Children’s Don’t Go To School
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Reasons Why Children’s Don’t Go To School

Millions of children don’t go to school every day around the globe. It’s not because they’re sick or for a teacher training day their school is closed. And it’s not because they don’t want to be at school. They do – the 58 million children who are missing out on a primary education right now are desperate to be sitting in a classroom every day and learning.
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Adult Education
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Adult Education

Indian education’s one of most significant and fearsome problems is “Adult Education” The most urgent national need of our country to-day is the education of the adults who form the bulk of the population. More than 60 percent of our fellow countrymen still live in the darkness of ignorance and illiteracy. In 1947, literacy in India was about 14%.
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Why Give To Charity?
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Why Give To Charity?

It is a major mood booster to donate to charity. The knowledge you are helping others is tremendously empowering and can make you feel happier and fulfilled in turn. Research has recognized a connection between making a donation to charity and increasing brain activity that registers pleasure-proving that giving is much better than receiving.
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Why Women Should Be Financially Independent
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Why Women Should Be Financially Independent

Many times, I wonder why she ought to work – your friend, wife, mother, mother-in-law, daughter, sister, any woman.
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