Socio-Economic Culture of Backward Communities: An Educational Achievement of Dalit Students

Dr. Uttam Khanal, Dr. Gyanendra prasad Paudel


The Dalit community is a backward class, due to socio-economic and
educational reasons.
To providing equal opportunities in education but
the problems also rised, if is not done, it will be difficult to achieving
educational goals and opportunity of social change.
Increasing the
economic access of the Dalit community will lead to participation in
development and inclusion of their children in education.
The problems
are expressed by educational progress of Dalit students due to Poverty,
lack of consciousness, large number of families, landlessness,
unemployment, lack of educational scholarships, lack of agricultural and
business loans, lack of schools near slums, high fees, inferiority complex,
traditional social norms, discrimination against children, wasteful
spending, relocation and falling mentality. Due to this, governmental and
non-governmental organizations have helped to Dalit parents in their
economic and social development through Dalit oriented programs.
The enrollment rate of basic level is 92% as per the national policy of
the government and 8% of children are out of school according to
government statistics and 25% out of school according to
non-government data, the challenges of educational progress of Dalit
children are still acute.

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