ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF TRIBAL STUDENTS IN WEST TRIPURA DISTRICT: A PREDICTIVE ANALYSIS By Dr. Goutam Saha and Sri Tapesh Rn. Chakraborty

Abstract

Quality education is followed by quantity education (sometimes literacy rate) in the history of education in a country. Knowledge and employment are two key features of quality education which are, principally, shaped by the level of Elementary Education right at the beginning. However, enrolment, promotion and drop-out have interlinkage which explains the state of things of tri-dimensional process (input-process-output) of Education. The present paper aims to analyze the correlational status amongst enrolment, promotion and drop-out in elementary level of the Tribal students of West Tripura district. Secondary data sources have been used in terms of 3 ratio variables (DR, PR and PTR) for this present study. Descriptive statistics are used to validate the objective of the study. The studies are further enriched by some key correlation coefficients and two partitioned diagrams. The findings will be helpful to understand and comprehend Elementary Level of Educational status of Tribal students in the West Tripura district.

Keywords: Dropout rate, Promotion rate, Pupil-teacher ratio, Correlation coefficients partitioned diagram.