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Analysis of Poverty and Educational Inequality in Uttar Pradesh

Dr. Ram Gopal

Dr. Ram Gopal "Analysis of Poverty and Educational Inequality in Uttar Pradesh" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-5, August 2022, pp.657-660, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd50508.pdf

Poverty is a major challenge for Uttar Pradesh state and India. Poverty is prevalent in both rural and urban areas in the state. Educational disparity refers to the status of education level in social groups that the educational status in scheduled caste is worst as compared to other castes. Male literacy is higher than females, which shows gender inequality in the state. Education is the mirror of society, so the educational development of every individual is very important. Thus, education is the root of progress. Thus, absolute poverty is defined by basic needs, such as food, cloth, and health. There is a lack of quality education in the state. Relative poverty refers to a comparative study based on income or consumption inequality across regions, nations, and internationally. According to the Planning Commission of India, "Poverty refers to the availability of calories per capita for consumption, 2400 kilocalories in a rural area and 2100 kilocalories in an urban area, if a person is less consumption given the calories that person comes under poverty.'' This paper analyzes poverty and educational inequality in Uttar Pradesh during 2004-05 to 2011-12. Thus, educational inequality among social groups reduces the opportunity and development potential in the state; this is an injustice for equal development in society.

Poverty, Education, Social-Groups and rural-urban

Volume-6 | Issue-5, August 2022
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