A Study on the Role of Education for Rural Transformation

Meenakshi Bansal

Abstract


Role of Education in the rural transformation is preeminent. Education is the doorway to the wider world and it encourages people to get acknowledge with the issues related to rural development, taking effective decision and acting on them. It also gives special attention to the realization of developmental goals set for rural transformation. The present paper articulates the role of education for rural transformation, performance of various educational theories and practices used for rural development and also examine the effectiveness of technology based learning used for rural masses. The results indicate that due to education, rural sector has witnessed a tremendous transformation in the recent year. At the end of the study, some suggestive measures are given to enhance the role of education for rural transformation in India`.


Keywords


Rural Transformation, Education, Rural People, Technology

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