Restrictive Academic Well-Being in Deprived Tribal Schools of Madhyapradesh and its Impact on Quality Learning Competencies an Analysis by Six Sigma Method


  • R. Hariharan, Prof. Gynendra Kumar Rout, Prof. Shamim Ahmad, Dr. Arun Kumar, Dr. Maria Josephine Arokia Marie, Dr. Shikha Banerjee


            Madhya Pradesh, the country's second-largest state by area, is located in the center of the country, spanning latitudes 21.2°N to 26.81°N and longitudes 74.69° to 82.10° east longitudes. The Cancer Tropic runs across the center of the state. With an increase of 8.8 million people in the 72.6 million population, According to the 2011 Population Census of Madhya Pradesh (C-13), the state had a population of over a million people. In 2017, the population was over 81.4 million, making it the sixth most populous state in the country. Six percent of the country's population is from this region. Absolutely, Madhya Pradesh is an agrarian state. The scheduled tribe’s population in Madhya Pradesh has reached 15,316,784 in 2011 with a growth of 210% in the four decades (Vishal D. Pajankar, 2016).