RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA THROUGH INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL SCHEMES AND PROGRAMMES
Development may have different meanings for different societies. For some countries development may mean industrialization, others may associate it with political independence and for others it may mean more opportunity for freedom, the improvement of health, the building up of irrigation facilities, communication networks and the creation of new capital. Sociologists link development with process of modernization which involves the building of social and political institutions.
Economists equate it with economic growth, productivity and an increase in Gross National Product, but for Educationists development is that which is concerned with the development of Education. As we know that for the development of any Nation, Educational development is very essential and there cannot be any growth and progress without proper Educational system. This paper discusses the importance of scientific and technological development for improving and strengthening Educational systemin Rural Areas of Country.
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