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Dropout in Secondary Education: A Study of Children Living in Slums of Delhi

  title={Dropout in Secondary Education: A Study of Children Living in Slums of Delhi},
  author={Sunita Chugh},
Dropout is a universal phenomenon of education system in India, spread over all levels of education, in all parts of the country and across all the socio-economic groups of population. The dropout rates are much higher for educationally backward states and districts. Girls in India tend to have higher dropout rates than boys. Similarly, children belonging to the socially disadvantaged groups like Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have the higher dropout rates in comparison to general… 

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