To make the teachers aware of the characteristics of the tribals so that they can introduce public awareness programs to awaken the hunger for education among the children of the tribal areas. Characteristics of the tribals: – The tribals make a lot of efforts to perform well so as to understand their skills and make efforts for their upliftment and development. – Tribesmen are fond of wearing true – false jewelry.
Awareness programs, exhibitions, film demonstrations, nominations and stabilization can be considered for those who are fond of celebrating local fairs, hats, chadios, divas, lah karvi, and end. – Playing puppet shows, dancing at festivals like Holi, drawing Bhatigal paintings on the walls, tattooing on hands and feet reveals their culture.
Activities can be organized keeping these things in mind to create awareness in education. Special Radhavji Madhad of Adivasis: For Education: Textbooks based on tribal dialects or words of tribal dialects should be included in the textbooks. – To prepare supplementary literature tailored to the tribal culture on the basis of local environment.
– Getting the help of voluntary organizations in the tribal area. – To conduct short research keeping in view the tribals and suggest effective solutions, – To open schools in the tribal areas, to increase the physical facilities of the existing schools, to recruit more teachers in the tribal areas, to increase the number of residential schools, ashram schools, to build teacher accommodation.
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To build, – Increase co-curricular activities with school education, in which tribal children can do justice to their environment. – To prepare ‘I’LM’ which tribal children like in schools. Establishing Activity Bank. Tribal Problems: – Question of Migration Season Adequate Investment Child Labor Poverty Inadequate Literacy Language or Dialect Shortage of Local Area Teachers Inadequate Physical Facilities in Tribal Area Schools, Insufficient Classrooms and Insufficient Teachers Lack of Alternative Schools, Residential or Ashrams Inadequate collaboration