A Long Way to Go--: Report on a Survey of Scheduled Caste High School and College Students in Fifteen States of India
Evaluation of the Govt. of India's program for subsidizing educational expenses to the socially and economically under-privileged in India.
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20 per cent Adi Dravida Andhra Pradesh backwardness belong Bihar castes and scheduled cent in Assam Chamar classmates college hostellers college non-hostellers college respondents indicating college sample college students say difficult economic endogamy exposure to mass extra-curricular activities father's education females girls as compared Government Gujarat Haryana high school homophily hostel facilities hostellers and non-hostellers hostellers as compared illiterate fathers Inter-state variations Karnataka Kerala larger largest percentage level of participation level of politicization Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra mass media middle school N.R. Total non-scheduled caste occupational aspirations Orissa parents participation in extra-curricular Percentage of college Percentage of school percentage of students Percentcoe political programmes protective discrimination Punjab 11 Rajasthan 11 scheduled caste students scheduled tribes school and college school educated fathers school hostellers school non-hostellers school respondents indicating school sample school students sector situation social status Tamil Nadu 11 teachers Total TABLE tuitions U.P. East U.P. West