This paper explores the management & issue of intergenerational changes in education in rural India. This paper has a very modest scope, both in terms of the area investigated as well of the subject and depth of the enquiry. A series of interviews were conducted in various hamlets of the main village Dulawato Ka Guda- Udaipur. From these interviews some strong conclusions arose like an important focus needs to be paid to improving prospects of female education. Additionally, government incentive schemes that focus on rewarding stellar students to pursue higher education should be extended to rural areas. The quality of the schooling in rural areas needs to be improved. The present study had three main objectives:
- To understand the evolution of education across three generations in a rural setting.
- To identify the main socio-economic influences conditioning intergenerational change in the evolution of educational achievements.
- To suggest policy interventions to improve the scope and quality of education in the chosen rural settings.
Key Words: Education, intergenerational change, quality, rural area, generation, school.