The ongoing occasions have seen the expansion in out of school students. This issue has driven numerous young people to be confused, oftentimes increasing the unemployment rate and criminal cases in the nation. But, behind their drop-outs there are several reasons, now and again the monetary issue at home, or absence of help from the guardians, some drop out for the lack of interest and others simply for failing to adhere to the academic rules of procedure. Thus, children choose to drop-out, even though the cruel truth of life is probably going to confront, they are either paid fewer wages or society sees them as low profile.
As per the Gross National Happiness Commission Secretariat (2016), the issues contributing to the out of younger students were deficient family financial situation. Though, Bhutan is providing free education for children. There are sure hindrances, for example, department fee, transport, stationery, clothing, and expenses on school uniform that dissuades parents from sending their children to school. Especially, drop out were from rural regions because upgrading to the next level may require shifting to another place which is costly to some rural families.
Furthermore, it is because of geographical challenges. The topographical land highlights of Bhutan have prompted schools to be built exceptionally a long way from the neighborhood. The students require strolling a significant distance from mountains, waterways, and through thick woods to their closest schools. According to BMIS topical investigation (as referred in GNHCS, 2016), the young ladies may experience lewd behavior on their significant distance strolling which is considered as one of the variables that had prompted young ladies dropping out from schools.
Moreover, to tackle this issue the approaches and some stakeholders have been included. As mentioned above, household income halts children’s education and lack of basic education leads to weak human development thereby, increasing chances of poverty. To rise out of poverty, the government started approaches, for example, proceeding with continued education and non-formal education. On top of that, the administration started an approach from 2014 to permit those understudies who fizzled in class X and XII to repeat once in the same government schools (Ministry of training, 2013) to limit out of school students. The administration provisioned boarding facilities and feedings program for those students to take care of the issues. Simultaneously, the administration additionally recognizes Early Child Care and Development focus to build up the essential training establishment. Whether or not it is for children’s future, yet the government is endeavoring to discourage dropping out of school.