International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Social Work | India | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022


Impact on Out-of-School Children Aged 6-14 Living in Slums in Jalgoan City

Ashok Satwaji Hanwate [5]


Abstract: Out-of-school children are not properly educated. Then such children start misbehaving. Not only this, the tendency of girls in the community to tease, beat, fight, become addicted, make the behavior abusive, etc. makes other sections of the society problematic and suffering. Thus members of the society become distracted. Alternatively, they may engage in hazardous behavior from time to time. So how can such out-of-school children be prevented from misbehavior through good manners in time? It needs to be tried. Otherwise such children start to behave in a dangerous manner. It needs to be bound in time. It is also necessary to change the education system. So that they will not find it difficult to study. And the teacher also needs to pay attention that they will not leave the school. Also, the police administration should also ensure that such school dropouts do not deteriorate if appropriate discipline is imposed on the delinquent. A slum is called a home of all problems. If we study the people living in these slums from a sociological point of view, it can be seen that if we look at the living conditions of the people in the slums, the customs of the people there, the social problems arising from it, and the adverse effects of the social problems, many things become troublesome to the community. We call such things as social problems. Also, what are the reasons for social problems to arise in slums? Among these, if we look at the correlation between out-of-school children in the slums and criminality in the society. An attempt has been made to arrange this in these articles.


Keywords: school, children, crime, environment


Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,


Pages: 680 - 681


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