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Singh, Mukat – ASPBAE Journal, 1973
The Amarpurkashi Village Project in India is an example of a total rural development program that encourages the school-leaving generation to remain. Focus is on the Agro-Industrial Polytechnic that provides training for self-employment and agro-industrial employment. Its approach is an evolving one directed to the rural population. (EA)
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Developing Nations, Dropouts, Rural Development
Dutta, S. C. – ASPBAE Journal, 1973
The General Secretary of the Indian Adult Education Association observes that educational emphasis in India shifted from adult literacy to a wider concept of adult education--social education. The universities must play a dominant role in its promotion and development. It has been incorporated into India's five-year developmental plans. (AG)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Educational Objectives, Financial Support, Foreign Countries
D'Rozario, Gerry – ASPBAE Journal, 1974
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Literacy, Disadvantaged, Educational Problems
Rahman, Saulat – ASPBAE Journal, 1974
Television programs, utilizing the satellite to reach rural disadvantaged groups in six States in Central and Eastern India, will broadcast instructional information in four dialects. Program development and effectiveness are discussed, with implementation planned for August 1975. (LH)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Instruction, Communications Satellites, Disadvantaged, Educational Media
Sachdeva, J. L. – ASPBAE Journal, 1975
School teachers can effectively aid adult education programs in developing nations if they, or a staff member, have some training in adult education. (AG)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Community Schools, Developing Nations, Educational Development
Avinashilingam, T. S. – ASPBAE Journal, 1975
Various approaches for making functional literacy programs available and for making information available to the illiterate are briefly presented. (AG)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Business Responsibility, Developing Nations, Dropouts
Dutta, S. C. – ASPBAE Journal, 1975
Revising the school curriculum to meet community needs by integrating formal and informal approaches, rather than implementing one national program, is proposed as a way to meet India's educational needs. (AG)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Community Education, Community Resources, Community Schools