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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 1579-1585

Spread of Community Welfare: A Social Network Analysis ofIndian Schools

Minali Banerjee, Bhaskar Arora, Dr. Monika Mathur, Dr. Manju Singh.


Schools, though complex, possess unique potential of associating with the ‘last’, ‘lost’ and the ‘least’. This very distinctive makes it central to the social network that works for community ‘welfare’.
A School has dynamic stakeholders viz: administrators (as owners); young adults (as produces); Government (as funders);teachers (as co-creators);Industry (as customers) and society (as victims). Perhaps, their premise itself consist of a small social network encompassing the essentials for community welfare’.
This research tries to explain the importance of schools in this network which serves as the potential path for community welfare, by means of Social Network analysis.

Key words: Community, Schools, Social Networ

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