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A Study In The Performance Of Mid-Day Meal Scheme In The Hapjan Block Of Assam

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Lipika jyoti Dowarah



Education, Mid-Day Meal, Enrollment, Hapjan Block, Assam



Education plays a vital role in fulfilling the basic needs food, shelter and clothing of a common man. It contributes in flourishing the individuality through the enhancement of social and professional integration. Mid-Day Meal Scheme is one of the popular schemes introduced by the Government of India to universalize the elementary education. The basic objective of the scheme is to enhance enrollment, attendance and retention of primary school children along with a proper nutritious meal within the school premise. In the present study an attempt has been made to study the performance of the scheme in government primary schools of Hapjan Block of Assam.



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