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Economic impact of adult education programme: an empirical evidence from rural Tamil Nadu



Economic impact of adult education programme: an empirical evidence from rural Tamil Nadu



Indian Journal of Adult Education 53(2): 34-44



A National Education Programme was launched in India in 1978. Its underlying aims were to establish economic linkages between the Adult Education Programme, rural development, and poverty alleviation. The study determines the economic impact of the programme in rural Tamil Nadu. Its particular objectives are to find out how far the Adult Education Programme has enhanced the level of employment of beneficiaries; and how far it has assisted with the growth of income.

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