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860 rupees will be spent to improve the education of each out-of-school child

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Employment News-Out of school children in the district will be connected with the mainstream of education. 860 rupees will be spent to improve the education of each out-of-school child in the district. 5662 out of school children have been identified by running a campaign in the district. The budget has arrived. This money will be spent by the SMC (School Management Committee) on the students.

5662 out of school children have been identified by running a campaign in the district. Children are enrolled in classes according to age. Special training will be given to connect out-of-school children in the district with the mainstream of education. The budget has been sent by the government to improve the education of children. 860 will be spent on an out of school child. This money will be given to the school management committee. This money will be spent by the SMC on the children. Under the Sharda program, children will be given training in schools for three months.

In this amount, eraser pencil cutter copies, color etc. will be given to the students. Not only this, the details of the progress of the students will be mentioned on the notice board. Teachers will hold regular meetings with parents. In order to train the students, there are instructions to give training to the teachers as well. The school management committee will be solely responsible for the quality of the goods purchased for the out-of-school children. Liaquat Ali, DC Integrated Education, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan said that Rs 860 would be spent on each out-of-school child. The budget has arrived.

The money will be spent by the SMC on the students.

Special training will be given to the out-of-school children to improve their education. 860 rupees will be spent on a child. The budget has come from the government. This money will be spent by the SMC on the children. With this money, children will be given education materials like eraser, pencil cutter, copies, color etc.

Jaikaran Yadav, District Basic Education Officer, Bijnor

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