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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 2416-2420


EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS AND OUTWARD MIGRATION OF STUDENTS PURSUING HIGHER EDUCATION (A STUDY OF EAST CHAMPARAN, BIHAR)

Dr. Dinesh Vyas, Dr. Abhay Vikram Singh.

Abstract
The educational opportunities and the achievement of educational aspiration develop an individual wellbeing
and affect whole family directly or indirectly. The paper explores the experiences and the formation of higher
educational aspirations and dreams among youth in East Champaran District of Bihar on secondary sources. If
we analyze and highlight the educational facilities, we come across to the reality in which there is a lack of
Technical Engineering, Career Oriented skills based courses, Information Technology, Medical studies, etc.
This paper is intended to understand the actuality where desire for higher education is not developed. The study
is focused to underline the status of individuals mainly the younger generation, their experiences and
opportunities from a livelihood, overall development, their point of view, and as well as the multidimensional
disadvantageous factors experienced by the youth which compel them to migrate for access of higher education.
The study investigates causes of youth migration, aspiration and local educational opportunities in the study area
and endeavors to find out the gap and its outcome. Through education, a youth explores themselves and
becomes a weapon for the extermination of poverty through their knowledge. The constrained and suppressed
educational aspirations can result in marked influence on social fabric.

Key words: Educational Aspirations, Education, Social Fabric, Outward Migration



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