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U. P. education department is been launching 'School Chalo' from April 15.
Posted by Admin on 11-04-2013 at 4:12 am Under General Educational news

Government primary and upper primary schools, is scheduled to start from April 15. The campaign would start early this time to ensure 100% success of the 'Sarva Shikah Abhiyan'.

For encouraging parents to send their children to school, the Uttar Pradesh education department is been launching 'School Chalo' drive for more than a decade. This drive used to be carried out in the month of July every year with the start of academic session. But this year, it is scheduled early to ensure proper studies on the start of new academic session in July.

Under this drive, the teachers of basic and upper primary schools are directed to go for a door-to-door survey. They had to convince the parents in the slums and other areas of the schools to send their wards to schools.

In this connection, block assistant director, Vinay Kumar, has held a meeting of education department officials and teachers at Prem Nagar Prathmik Vidyala here on Saturday.

The official also felicitated batch of government teachers of 1973 during the program.

Discussing the important points of the drive, Vinay Kumar said that "every teacher should try his/her best to make this campaign successful". He informed that stress should be given that teachers should go to every home and encourage parents to send their children to school so that the wards have better future.

This year the drive will be carried out from April 15 to May 31.

"During the campaign, special emphasis would be given to the children who have left their education midway and bring them to school. Every child in the age group of 6 to 14 should be given free and compulsory education," added Vinay Kumar. The meeting was attended by Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA), Komal Yadav and Shiksha Adhikari Narendra Pawar.

Elaborating the drive, the BSA directed that arrangements should be made for covering all children in the age group of 6 to 14 years till May 31. He added that block education officers who will make this campaign successful and ensure maximum registration will be rewarded. On the other hand, if the campaign does not yield the desired results, adverse entry will be given to the block education officers.

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