Researchers suggested that public schools in rural countries would help in developing the country if students enrolled in some community helping projects . Having more helping hands will help develop the country and will help with sharpening the participants way of thinking, projects might also give them a clue about how workplace would be and what experiences will they need upfront and might even open up some job possibilities. Moreover doing projects in teams will help youth develop a sense of teamwork and build trust with peers and
Otherwise, it continues to grow on a massive scale. As far as legislation on child labour in Pakistan and especially Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is concerned, after ratification of the UNCRC, ILO, Minimum Age Convention and ILO Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention did something in this regard to prevent the menace of child labour, but it is not as encouraging as to be. So, it is need of the day to take keen and practically productive steps for the proper elimination of this growing problem in light of the society’s well-being and prosperity by doing legislation on priority basis. It is their ability as legislators, as supervisors of government policies and programs, and as mobilizers of general public opinion that parliamentarians have exceptionally critical part to play. For legislation, on child 's rights in general and child labour in particular, to have an impact, individuals in all kinds of
In this sense, accomplishing significant change is not just a professional matter. Riley (2000) state that the decisions to join the teaching profession are very often based in the most noble intentions such as to contribute to the lives of children and young people and make a difference through the transformative power of education. This may be the driving factor of the profession but it is intensely
Education is an important aspect for the development of our society.Again education have two different faces in rural and urban education..The learning environments of students have major impacts on how the students shape their careers,contribute towards the society and these environmets also determines their performances.Urban areas which are heavily populated faces its own set of challenges when comes to education. With urbanisation in india accelerating at a rapid rate there is an increase in demand of more educational institues in india.Everyone now want their to study in the best educational institutes of the country and this has led to demand of more and better eduactional institutes.Educational institutes are now being seen as money
Cox (2013) specifies that providing education and working with children are the most prominent type of works that volunteers choose. Hence, there has been a surge in volunteering within residential care facilities such as orphanages, notably in developing countries such as Cambodia (Farley, 2015). Although voluntourism brings about the positive aspect of contributing towards Cambodia’s economy, in the long run, it jeopardizes children’s physical, mental and emotional development (Next Generation Nepal, 2014).
Fabindia and daram products mainly sourced from villages which help in providing and sustain rural employment in India (Annapurna.M, 2006). This clearly indicates that there is huge scope for this sector. India has a comparative advantage in handloom sector with skilled labour force available in the rural areas could be an asset for the overall growth of this sector. It merely requires proper development. Gap between policy formulation and implementing Handloom weavers are faced with livelihood crisis because of changing socio-economic conditions, adverse government policies and globalisation.
In order to promote inclusive growth, it is highly important to bring the rural participants to the global set-up, for which the acquisition of global language English is undeniably vital. For the past few decades, some efforts are being made at the rural level to promote education and English language. Unfortunately, due to several problems, the results obtained are far from being regarded as a success. Some of these
Human resource management in extension services, therefore remains a challenge. There should be attention to the competencies of extension workers; identification of competencies levels perceived and possessed, mechanisms for improving extension service delivery; and the reinforcement of competencies possessed by extension staff. McCaslin and Mwangi (1994) further emphasised that continuous and accurate staff evaluation is essential in improving agricultural extension workers’ performance and productivity. As a result, it is necessary to investigate competencies of extension professional and how that leads to better delivery of extension services for a sustainable rural development. It is pertinent to have a closer examination on the issue related to competency in order to provide clear understanding of training and finally leading to the effectiveness in providing extension
It is argued that country should diversify agriculture to High value commodities. The sustained growth in income and urbanization has resulted in a shift in demand towards high-value agricultural commodities (HVA) (Ravi and Roy 2006). Moreover, with globalization and liberalization there are new opportunities for the export of high-value products whose demand is ever increasing at the global level. There has been increasing flow of exports of high value food commodities such as fruits, vegetables, dairy, poultry, fish, and processed food from developing to developed countries ( Diaz-Bonilla and Recca, 2000). The high value food commodities are are labor-intensive and generate quick returns, the farmers can utilize their surplus in production of these commodities and augment their incomes (Joshi et al.
FOUNDATION COURSE 3: INDIA DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE ASSIGNMENT Write your views based on your rural camp experience, observation and interaction on the selected topics: POVERTY AND INEQUALITY IN RURAL CONTEXT RIGHTS FRAMEWORK VS GROWTH PERSPECTIVE WITH REPSECT TO EDUCATION SOCIAL SECURITY MEASURES AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE IN VILLAGE INTRODICTION: Been told about the rural camp by the seniors in BALM, our hopes and expectations were really high. The anticipation of going to the rural camp could be seen in all. Experiencing the rural camp was more than all the stringed hopes that came with it. It was a learning experience, we came face to face with the reality of the situation, experienced the lifestyle in the village as well as establish close intimate