Census 2011 highlights that over 28.5 million people in India are suffering from one or the other kind of disability. This is equivalent to 2.21% of the entire population of our country. Amongst the total number of disabled people in the country, 14.9 million are males and 11.8 million are females (Census of India, 2011). According to UNICEF, India has 300 million children between 0-14 years of age. On this basis, India may well have 30 million children with one or more of disability.
According to Prof R. Govinda and Dr. Madhumita Bandyopadhyay, India accounts for around 30% of the world’s illiterate population and out of this figure 70% are women. There are a large number of children not benefited from school education. There is gender gap in the education. There are several issues such as dropouts, repetition of classes and absenteeism of children especially in rural and other undeveloped area of the country. Therefore the author emphasis that the policy maker should improve the functioning of school and enhance their outcome rather than prior only on enrolment.
In-service Education of School Teachers in India: Critical Reflections Abstract India is one of the largest producers of trained teachers in the world, and with 1.3 million recognized schools and 7.1 million teachers it also has one of the largest pool of employed school teachers. So to maintain the quality of Indian educational system, keeping this large population of school teachers professionally up-to-date is a challenging task. This challenge becomes even more challenging considering the socio-cultural, geographical, economical and linguistic diversity of India. Considering the role and importance of in-service teacher education for professional development of teachers, it seems a fitting case to critically review and reflect about
Question 25-28 were used in the questionnaire to obtain answers. The Growth need in the special education teachers with overall mean of 4.35 shows that Growth need is highly satisfied. The results are consistent with the result of Dinham, Robbins and judge as mentioned by (Ngimbudzi, 2009) that self-growth and advancement in profession brings job satisfaction. The majority of the respondent (93 % teachers) agreed that they use their all skills and abilities in teaching to special students, moreover 91 % agreed that they are satisfied with their identity as special education teachers. The third objective of the research was to find out the Growth need in special education teachers.
Informal economy in India is faced with many challenges despite its significant contribution to the economy Informal economy accounts for more than half of the $1.8tn Indian economy and employs about 90% of the total workforce. At about 55% of the GDP, the share of informal economy in India is second largest after that in sub-Saharan Africa. Most of the emerging economies have this number at about 20%. Even though the informal economy forms such a significant part of the country’s growth, government has little data on it and it is not so well understood. Informal economy includes that part of the economy that is no regulated by the government, does not pay taxes and conducts most transactions in cash.
If you have a goal and you want to succeed, but you lack perseverance then obviously nothing will happen. If you lack perseverance you would not be able to achieve the maximum success or potential of your life. Ones you failed you would not work harder to achieve it because you lack perseverance. You would not go beyond your limits because you don’t have perseverance. Lacking of perseverance will result you to success because you don’t know how to work hard for your goals.
Training and development undertake lifelong learning for the individual to maintain and improve their individual professional skills on a global level. Without training and development, it is quite difficult to implement the changes and adjust the employees according to changes in the environment. South Australian Department of State Development states that Training and Development is beneficial for the business holder and for the workforce. It means that business holder can form new skills for the workers according to specific operations for now and in the future. Accordingly, productivity can be improved along with effective customer service.
Work and Education in India Introduction: Work and Education in the Indian scenario provides for us to look into what can be in these spheres so that the country’s resources are best utilised. India, a developing nation which is growing towards having more than half of its population in the working age group should focus making the human resources more productive to maintain economic growth and balance. It is the role of Education when structured in bringing out efficiency could help in the work and economy of the nation. Demographic dividend is which means that the working age population of the nation say 15-64 years is higher than the non working age group of the population. This gives way for economic growth in the nation with more productive members actively taking part in contributing to the nation’s economic growth.
The Indian economy is divided into organized and unorganized sector. Out of total workforce 90 percent work in the unorganized or the informal sector. In rural sector, most of the employment is in agriculture and allied activities. Employment Provision has been used as a measure tool for protecting the poor. Kautilya, the ancient Indian political economist has directed the King to protect his