4 edition of Scientific aptitudes of tribal children found in the catalog.
Scientific aptitudes of tribal children
|Statement||Pushpalata Sharma ; foreword by J.S. Grewal.|
|Series||Bhargava research monograph series ;, no. 63|
|LC Classifications||BF723.C7 S46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 160 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||93902801|
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Malnutrition is common and has affected the general health of the tribal children as it lowers the ability to resist infection, leads to chronic illness and sometimes leads to brain impairment. The ecological imbalance like cutting of trees have increased the distances between villages and the forest areas thus forcing tribal women to walk. 2 days ago However, through art a child learns faster than mere theory. Many researches claim art helps children to improve motor skills and problem-solving attitude. A four-year long research conducted from to by the Guggenheim Museum, New York, showed that children with the arts background have a considerable advantage over their peers.
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Keywords: Scientific Attitude, Achievement Science, Survey, Gender, Hypothesis. Introduction The modern society is basically rooted in science. It is an inherent obligation of a great country like India, with its traditions of scholarship and original thinking and its great.
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A separate “co-curricular activity book”, focusing on arts, craft and music, has also been designed by the department, said teacher and coordinator Amruta Bhalerao. A formal launch of this project could be announced on August 9 – on World Adivasi Day, said Commissioner (Tribal Development) Dr Kiran Kulkarni.
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