Volume : 5, Issue : 5, MAY 2019

A STUDY ON AWARENESS TOWARDS GOVERNMENT SCHEMES FOR WOMEN EDUCATION

DR SWAMINATHAN, LOKESH BALASUNDARAM, HARSHINI JAGADEESAN, MAANASA DEVI K N, MANJU R S L, ELAMURUGAN RAJU

Abstract

Union Government and State governments provides support for education with aim of providing equal opportunity to the citizens of nation to empower the marginalized communities and women of nation. Our study focuses on the awareness of various schemes and policies of Union and State governments which provides support to education of women of Tamil Nadu State. With this study we try to study the relationship between Level of education, Community and the level of awareness. The study employs exploratory research design and systematic Random Sampling was used to collect data from around 545 girl students studying in government aided institutions. After studying the awareness level of the girl students in Tamil Nadu we also found out the perception and mind-set of the students towards the schemes to know if the schemes were really helping the students.

Keywords

EDUCATION SCHEMES, WOMEN EDUCATION, GIRL EDUCATION, AWARENESS, PERCEPTIONS.

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