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Menstrual hygiene Management: A prominent cause of teenage girl school absenteeism in the state of Madhya Pradesh | Original Article

Deepali Rai*, Priti Dubey, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Poverty is common throughout the state, and a considerable portion of the country population is eligible for government assistance. Many kids never finish elementary education, and particular groups have poor enrollment rates in high schools. This is notably true for females, who are more likely to drop out of upper elementary school, as well as girls and boys from SC and ST. Social isolation, poverty, and child marriage are just a few of the important challenges that prevent female students from enrolling in and studying in school. The study's suggestions will help the Madhya Pradesh government build on the gains it has already made in increasing elementary and secondary school enrollment and retention rates.