A Study on Education Mission Covering the Unprivileged Village Children of The Society

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A Study on Education Mission Covering the Unprivileged Village Children of The Society

Akash Das1

MBA Student,

BA Department, JIS College of Engineering Kalyani, India.

Anisha Priya2

MBA Student,

BA Department, JIS College of Engineering Kalyani, India.

Abstract: Education is a backbone of a nation. I am finding about save children save future through education we are findings about poor children which parents are labour class and some parents are unemployed .some children are not go to school and his financial condition is very poor and some children are working in labor class and his age is very little so country are not development in future because children are future in our country so please save children and safe future to request our society government please helping children to get education because education is most important to children and development country.

Keywords Im finding out the children who are unable to go to school, make a full list to this area.

  1. INTRODUCTION

    At firstly education is our future we know that education is how much developed our future, Todays got education is covid-19 pandemic situation is very difficult almost rich people are doing online classes but we want to say about poor people and their children his financial condition is very poor and he is working on labor class their children are also working labor class is very little age and they are died in his future so we requested our society and government please helped them. If not helped their child, it is very difficult to our country developments. So please don't ignore to save children to save future. labor class people not got education is eveytime, because he can't afford mobile ,phone and their school fees, because his financial condition is very low and, and many problems are faces in every time but covid-19 are mostly effected of this time ,which are not get nutrition and not properly food eating so their health is very bad they died. So we trying to improve their condition and request to all of the people.

  2. OBJECTIVE

    • To study the responses of the poor people and children during this Covid pandemic situation.

    • The various types of problems they are facing with regard to financial condition.

    • To study 350 families, to collecting data and finding those children are unable to go to school.

  3. LIMITATIONS

    • Health of children risks and their future improvement its safe limitation.

    • Covid-19 pandemic live clean, and proper wear masks, and keep distance one to another it's limitation.

    • Make a safety organized limitation which limitation through labor class children lived safely and got education to bright their future.

  4. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

    For making the report we collected pieces of information from several data sources and made it more informative. The study methodology includes observation of my working experience there and face-to face communication with people, camping my Area, and also video conference with my friends to inspire them. The information which we used has been collected from the sources that mentioned below: Primary Sources of Data:

    • Face to face communication with people and my friends.

    • Observations in Camping place. Secondary Sources of Data:

    • Journals, books, documents and information.

    • Official websites of Facebook page, instagram and Linkedln.

    • Previous years reports and statistics.

    • Different websites and blogs.

    • Official records.

      Responses were collected from 350 families during the month of Nov-Dec, 2020. The online responses were collected from Institutions of few districts of West Bengal, India. Then the data, so collected were analyzed and findings presented in the study.

      We collected our data from respective participants who have taken part in the survey through Google Form structured questionaries' as their prospective.

      Sample population

      A sample of 350 respondents, to study their behaviors in few districts of West Bengal. Out of which 55.1% are male and 44.9% are female.

      Sample frame

      Research was organized through online platform via WhatsApp, Messenger and other various social media.

      Sampling method

      This research was made to a specific sub group within a population set which represents a sample population.

      Structures questionnaire

      The structured questions was based on several no of multiple choice questions which were answered by our participants. Statistical tool utilized are pie chart.

      Software used MS- Excel was used to organize and analyses raw data collected from survey. It was very resourceful for making the graphical representation of the collected informations.

  5. DATA ANALYSIS

    Data analysis is a process of systematically applying statistical and or logical techniques or transforming the relevant collected sample with a predefined goal to end up in useful information. For the purpose of finding out the effectiveness of A study on education mission covering the unprivileged village children of the society 350 respondents were surveyed and following where the outcomes.

  6. FINDING

    We furnish below the significant of our research:

    • Most of the family express that their condition are poor COVID situation more people are loss their job.

    • The area we choose responses Kalyani 57.4%, DLF-1 Newtown 28.3%, DLF-2 Newtown 14.3%.

    • Data collecting from informer with this family 55.1% Male and 44.9% Female.

    • Family members (Adult) 1 person responses few number, 2 person responses 5.4%, 3 person responses 13.7%, 4 person responses 18.6%, 5 person responses 30.6%, more person responses 30.9%.

    • Number of children 1 child responses 7.7%, 2childs responses 19.4%, 3 child responses36.9%, more children responses 33.1%, No child few responses.

    • Family earning member Father 45.7%, Mother 23.1%, other 31.1%.

    • Types of work responses job 10.3%, Business 10.6%, Worker 36.6%, Farmers 19.1%, unemployed 23.4%.

      • Monthly income Rs.1000-5000 responses 52.9%, Rs.5000-10000 responses 19.7%, Rs.10000-15000 responses 6%, No income responses 21.4%.

      • Family condition poor Responses 87.1%, middle responses 11.7%, rich responses few numbers.

      • School going children 1 person responses 18.9%, 2 person responses 8.9%, # or more person few number, no school going children responses 64.4%.

      • Children working places responded Yes is 61.1%, responded No is 19.7% and maybe is 19.1%

  7. WORKING

    We found out at least 350 families which is poor and very low labor class and their children are not to go to school. Some children are working in labor class every day and their age is very little. We went to face to face communicate and some money are collected then donate helped them.

    We go to survey 350 families and his financial condition is very low and trying to help them its too difficult in this Covid-19 pandemic situation but we trying to best through of social media all people are requested please, helped save child and save future.

  8. SUGGESTIONS

    SHIKSHA , it's a greatfull Organization, those organization aim are helping poor child, my recommendation are this type of organization are make in anywhere ,any state ,any city, any village. So any poor child can't leae your school for financial condition. Education is a backbone of a nation, so a educate nation can build a successful country. All of you please support them.

  9. CONCLUSION

One organization helps to those poor child .It's a wonderful project. People come and support this organization for doing good work. This organization have 150 poor child and they try to help them and give proper education. My study, Im find out the children who are unable to go school, make a full list to this area. So all of us please support them.

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  2. External links

Organization social media Links:

i.Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/jankalyantrust ii.Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/jankalyantrustindia/ iii.LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/jankalyan-multipurpose-

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