After independence of India, the education system has improved and also implemented various
constitutional provision such as Right to Education Act 2009, which represent to give free and compulsory
education for children between the age group of 6 to 14 in India under the article 21A of the constitution. But, it
is observed that large section of people especially women are remain illiterate in different parts of the country.
The State of Assam particular in BTAD area, where majority of the people are belong to tribal and Non-tribal
still remain illiterate because of number of problems like social, educational, economical, geographical, cultural
and religious etc. Again, most of the women are found educationally and socially backward in Chirang district
of BTAD area. Hence, the researcher has attempted to find out the attitude of tribal and Non- tribal women
towards education in Chirang district of Assam through survey method and data has been collected from
primary and secondary sources. Hence, it is observed that both the tribal and Non-tribal women possess the
similar level of attitude towards education in chirang district.
Education, Attitude, Women, Tribal women and Non-Tribal women etc
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