Rural In-migrants to Higher Education: A Study in Bangalore
Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, Bangalore, 1985 - Education, Higher - 61 pages
A study based on the performance of rural students joining the postgraduate departments of Bangalore University in June 1978.
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174 students accepted admission analysis background backward caste Bangalore city Bangalore District Bangalore rural district Bangalore University cent of migrants cent of students Christians colleges context departmental students departments in Bangalore discrimination economic elected employment enrolled factors fathers forward castes graduate heads of departments Human migration in-migrants to higher income India inter-personal relations Kannada Kolar districts land leadership behaviour Lingayats live in hostels majority manage ment migrant students migrant-students migrants to higher mother tongue Muslims Mysore non-acceptance nuclear families observed office-bearers parents participation postgraduate campus postgraduate courses postgraduate departments problems pursue postgraduate education reasons reference respondents rupees rural areas rural in-migrants rural migrants rural students rural wealth rural youth ruralites scheduled castes scholarship secretary social strained relations student leaders student population student-leaders students have reported taluk teachers Telugu three students Tumkur district unions University Students urban areas urbanite students village Vokkaligas