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Bulls Uneasy

high literacy rates. The same pattern prevails in female literacy and education and in a more pronounced form. In sum, the more affluent sections of rural society are pushing ahead more rapidly; while universalisation of primary education tends to remove the differences in the literacy rates of the different sections, sharp distinctions emerge when one considers the higher attainments in education or even literacy among women. Obviously, this is also closely related to the caste-wise analysis mentioned above.

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