Education – Children deprived of school will be identified

Auraiya. Children who are out of school will be identified to include them in the mainstream of education. For this, the Sharda program will be operated as a campaign. In this, out-of-school children from five to 14 years of age will be identified and enrolled in age-appropriate classes through house hold survey by the headmaster of the school. The first phase of the two-phase campaign will start from September 10.
Under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, there is a provision to provide free elementary education to all boys and girls in the age group of six to 14 years. The Act requires that children in this age group who have not been enrolled in any school. Or he/she could not complete elementary education after enrollment. By marking them, they should be enrolled in age-appropriate classes. Arrangements will be made to give special training to those children to bring them at par with other students.
Last year, about 4000 children identified in the campaign were enrolled in age-appropriate classes. District Coordination Community Partnership Ankur Gupta informed that this campaign will be conducted in two phases in the academic session 2021-22. In the first phase, identification of children and enrollment of age-appropriate classes will be done in the period from September 10 to October 15. In the second phase, children from families working in brick kilns will be identified and enrolled in age-appropriate classes from November 15 to November 30.

Auraiya. Children who are out of school will be identified to include them in the mainstream of education. For this, the Sharda program will be operated as a campaign. In this, out-of-school children from five to 14 years of age will be identified and enrolled in age-appropriate classes through house hold survey by the headmaster of the school. The first phase of the two-phase campaign will start from September 10.

Under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, there is a provision to provide free elementary education to all boys and girls of the age group of six to 14 years. The Act requires that children in this age group who have not been enrolled in any school. Or after enrolment, he has not been able to complete his elementary education. By marking them, they should be enrolled in age-appropriate classes. Arrangements will be made to give special training to those children to bring them at par with other students.

Last year, about 4000 children identified in the campaign were enrolled in age-appropriate classes. District Coordination Community Partnership Ankur Gupta informed that this campaign will be conducted in two phases in the academic session 2021-22. In the first phase, identification of children and enrollment of age-appropriate classes will be done in the period from September 10 to October 15. In the second phase, children from families working in brick kilns will be identified and enrolled in age-appropriate classes from November 15 to November 30.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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