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Relates on Tribal Education and Health: Evidence from Rural Odisha, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1 M.P. Institute of Social Science Research, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 2, Issue (11), Pages 11-16, November,14 (2013)

Abstract

Education and health are commonly devolved functions to sub-national governments, even in nations which have a unitary rather than a federal structure. Education and health are the two major factors which are influencing more to the economic development. So without improvement of these two factors economic development impossible and now a day India vs. Odisha under privilege Schedule Tribe population are deprive more in all aspect. What are the main reasons behind their backwardness in health and education? On behalf of illiteracy health and nutritional consciousness among these STs Communities are low. Through various programme government can eradicate diseases. Educated mothers are more conscious about child health. This study is based on both primary data from a rural village and secondary data from various report and research review of research. Main objective of this paper is, to determine impact of education on health status among primitive tribal people in tribal areas and rural areas. It also analyses the correlation relationship between health, education and poverty.

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