Interscience Management Review


Low budget schools are those schools that charges less so that the poor children can get educated. And this paper focuses on the relationship between the students, teachers, and parents of low budget schools and the problems that the students of these school’s face in comparison to private school students. The study also addresses the problem of varying expectations of the parents and teachers. This is an exploratory study with primary data gathering sources including personal interviews, surveys, workshops and discussions with principal of various low budget schools is used for the study. Data analysis has been done through statistical tools, and the result shows that there is a critical and interdependent relationship between students, teachers and the parents in low budget schools. The behaviour and attitude of the students depends greatly on the attitude of their parents and teachers. The findings also include that the relationship between the students, teachers and the parents become the most important element to shape a student’s life.



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