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PERCEPTION AND PRACTICE OF NON-TERMINAL METHODS IN KARNATAKA By Dr. A.G. Khan & Dr. Surendra. K
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Without immunization, an average of three out of every hundred children born will die from measles. Another two will die from whooping cough. One more will die from tetanus. And out of every two... More > hundred children, one will be disabled by polio. The four prime health messages in this chapter can help to prevent these tragedies. Children can be protected against these diseases by vaccines. But even when the service is available, many of the infants who need it are not brought for the full course of immunizations.< Less
KNOWLEDGE AND UTILIZATION OF CHILD IMMUNIZATION IN KARNATAKA By Dr. Surendra. K & Dr. A.G. Khan
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It is not yet widely known that birth spacing is one of the most powerful ways of improving the health of women and children. Births which are too many or too close to women who are too old or too... More > young are responsible for approximately one third of all infant deaths world-wide. The four prime health messages of this chapter can therefore help to prevent the deaths of over three million children and 200,000 women each year.< Less
SCHOOL DROPOUTS IN HIGHER PRIMARY EDUCATION: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF GULBARGA DISTRICT By Dr. Surendra. K & Dr. Sudershan N
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At the time of independence in 1947, India inherited an educational system which was not only quantitatively small but was also characterized by striking regional, ethical and structural imbalances.... More > Only very small population was literate and a child out of three had been enrolled in primary school. The levels of enrolment and extent of literacy were compounded by acute regional and gender disparities. Recognizing that education is being vitall component in a personality development process, the reform and restructuring of the educational system was needed as an important area of state intervention. Accordingly universal education for all children in the age group 6-14 was provided with a precisely defined and delineated frame work in the Indian constitution as well as in successive five year plans.< Less
SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL CONDITIONS OF SLUM CHILDRENS: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY IN GULBARGA DISTRICT By Dr. Surendra. K & Dr. Sudarshan. N
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Slum children studies present a picture of slum dwellers’ physical, demographic, economic and health conditions along with crowding conditions and distribution of residents according to place... More > of origin and duration of residence. Piece meal efforts to improve the condition of slums in the past have brought about some improvement in the lives of the slum dwellers. The living condition of slum dwellers is still far from satisfaction.< Less

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