Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Determinants of Enrollment and Dropout Rates among Tribal Children, Titelzusatz: In Elementary Education, Autor: Kosari, Ravindra, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 140, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 227 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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It is undoubted to say that education is one of the powerful tools that gears the overall development of the mankind. It doesn't mean the mere acquisition of the 3 R's, rather it has a wider meaning of acquiring skills and talents that are suitable to lead a civilized social as well as personal life. Acquiring higher education is inevitable in the modern society since we have a lot of challenges to meet, especially in grabbing competitive employment opportunities. As M.K. Gandhi rightly said Education is the all round drawing out of the best in child and man - body, mind, and spirit. It is a progressive process that leads a man from the state of savage to that of civilized. Enrolling students is the great challenge of the state and now after the implementation of Right to Education Act, it has been decentralized and the power of the local bodies have been much higher with regard to education.
This study investigates the factors determining Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows of BRICS countries using annual dataset from the period 1981 to 2012 (data set is required for Russia available from 1990 onwards). The study employs Panel data analysis and finds that the selected variables Market size, Trade openness, Human capital, Macro Economic stability, Infrastructure Quality, WTO Accession as the potential determinants of FDI inflows of BRICS countries. The Economic Stability and Growth forecast (measured by inflation rate and Industrial production respectively), Human capital is measured by the secondary school enrollment. Trade openness (measured by the ratio of total trade to GDP) are seems to be the insignificant determinant of FDI inflows of the BRICS countries. The empirical results are robust in general for alternative variables determining FDI flows.
Cost effectiveness analysis compares the cost of providing services with the outcomes obtained. Hence the relative importance of improved performance in national examinations versus improved access to secondary education in Kenya is an issue of the most cost effective way of achieving this level of education. This calls for improved internal efficiency in the delivery of education that would result in a reduction of costs of education in the schools. This study set out to establish which costs have little impact on performance and therefore require reduction or removal. The results of the study indicated that the average class and school sizes were below the government's recommendation and that there was extra space that would increase enrollment by 31.9% if filled up. All the six independent variables were determinants of learner enrollment and accounted for 63.7% of the variability of learner enrollment. There was excess income above expenditure implying that schools collected more money than they actually needed for their operations. Hence the need to reduce fees by cutting down on unnecessary costs such as expenditure on supplementary services.