Urban-Rural Disparity in Literacy

By: Sneh Sangwan & Anju Dabas and Randhir Singh Sangwan

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Population is not a homogeneous comprehension and its quantitative and qualitative attributes vary spatially. The division of population into urban and rural components has appeared, perhaps, the most apparent and pervading. Any aspect of economy, society and developmental planning is essentially subjected to apparent dimensions of urban and rural. Accordingly, the literate-illiterate composition of regional population, like any other component of population, implies significant urban-rural distinctiveness. It is found that necessary differences in scale and rate of literacy as and when they are viewed in urban and rural perspectives. The urban segment always scores over the rural segment. The authors have realised this contextual essence and provide an elaborate interpretation of spatio-temporal vision and reality of literacy as qualitative attribute of population in the book. Major focus relates to issues of urban-rural disparity in literacy with particular reference to Haryana as one of the developed States of India. Printed Pages: 214.

Title: Urban-Rural Disparity in Literacy

Author Name: Sneh Sangwan & Anju Dabas and Randhir Singh Sangwan

Categories: India, Education,

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2012

ISBN: 8180698564

ISBN 13: 9788180698569

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Seller ID: 701143

Keywords: Urban-Rural Disparity in Literacy Sneh Sangwan & Anju Dabas and Randhir Singh Sangwan