541 children are admitted to prestigious schools – 541 children are admitted to prestigious schools

Azamgarh. Under the Right to Education Act (RTE), children from economically weaker parents are given access to prestigious schools in the district. The education department has sent letters to schools accepting children. All children are admitted in the first week of May. This scheme will remove the darkness of illiteracy from children’s lives.
Financially weaker parents who have only dreamed of teaching their children in private schools will receive benefits under the program. Economically weaker children have 25 percent of the places in all private schools compared to their seats. The Ministry of Education recently ran a lottery for admission to private schools. In which the education department assigned 541 children to private schools. The process will begin in the first week of May. The education department has sent letters to the schools designated for children. All children’s expenses are borne by the government. Whether child benefit reimbursement or notebooks and bags, etc., five thousand rupees are transferred to the parents’ account on behalf of the government.
As part of the RTE, 541 children were assigned to private schools. The enrollment of these children in private schools will begin next month. The government bears the costs of educating the children. There were some form errors. As a result, his form was rejected. In the second phase, he is given a chance.
– Ambarish Kumar, District Basic Education Officer, Azamgarh.

Azamgarh. Under the Right to Education Act (RTE), children from economically weaker parents are given access to prestigious schools in the district. The education department has sent letters to schools accepting children. All children are admitted in the first week of May. This scheme will remove the darkness of illiteracy from children’s lives.

Financially weaker parents who have only dreamed of teaching their children in private schools will receive benefits under the program. Economically weaker children have 25 percent of the places in all private schools compared to their seats. The Ministry of Education recently ran a lottery for admission to private schools. In which the education department assigned 541 children to private schools. The process will begin in the first week of May. The education department has sent letters to the schools designated for children. All children’s expenses are borne by the government. Whether child benefit reimbursement or notebooks and bags, etc., five thousand rupees are transferred to the parents’ account on behalf of the government.

As part of the RTE, 541 children were assigned to private schools. The enrollment of these children in private schools will begin next month. The government bears the costs of educating the children. There were some form errors. As a result, his form was rejected. In the second phase, he is given a chance.

– Ambarish Kumar, District Basic Education Officer, Azamgarh.

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