Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Challenges Faced by Narikoravar(Gypsies) Community’s Girl Children in Education in India
Narikoravars are semi - nomadic community residing in various states of India. They are still backward in many aspects such aseconomic, social, political status etc. This study deals with the Educational barriers faced by Narikoravar girl children. The study found that there is existence of high levelgender discrimination in the Narikoravar community. There is no difference in the ideology of respondents on gender discrimination irrespective of their gender, age, monthly income and Educational qualification. The study was conducted at Aasakulamin Villupuram district of TamilNadu, India. An interview schedule was used to collect data from the respondents. The researcher has also given various suggestions to overcome this problem of gender discrimination. This research brings out the truth that how the discrimination hits Narikoravar children just for being a female in all aspects of her life especially in education. Studies on such problems of Narikoravar community shall help the government and voluntary organisation to help them with uplifting their lifestyle.
Gender discrimination, Education, Narikoravars, Semi – Nomadic, Gypsies
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