Education in Meghalaya: Literacy Programmes and their Implications by Dr. Banlumlang Lyngkhoi
Post literacy programmes have been conceived by NLM not just as remedial measures to ensure retention and stabilisation of literacy skills. National literacy mission envisages post literacy programmes to be developed in the context of life of the individuals and the society at large. From this view point, post literacy is regarded as an integrated learning process to assist neo-literates to retain, improve and apply their basic knowledge attitude and skills for the satisfaction of their basic needs and to permits them to continue education through self-directed process for the improvement of their quality of life, both personal and societal. This book is an attempt to present a clear and comprehensive picture of the post literacy in Meghalaya. Author has made an attempt to give a clear concept of literacy, post literacy programmes and monitoring and evaluation of post literacy programmes in Meghalaya. Author has also presented a clear need and justification of the study as well appropriate objectives of the study. The last chapter of the book deals with various findings, discussion, suggestions and conclusion. The book is based on primary data collected as well as secondary data.
Dr. Banlumlang Lyngkhoi (b.1985) is presently working as a Project Coordinator, in Digital India Corporation Ministry of Electronic & IT Government of India, New Delhi. She has completed her MA from Department of Sociology and Ph.D from Department of Adult and Continuing Education, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong. She has also completed her MSW from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Shillong and B.Ed from College of Teacher Education (PGT), Shillong. She has also completed her Post Doctoral Degree from Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi. She has contributed a number of research papers and attended Workshop/Seminar.
Guaranteed Safe Checkout