Attendance of children will be held again in 33 primary schools of the state, they were closed due to lack of students
Employment News-When the number of children decreased, many primary schools in the state were merged with other schools or they were closed. Now the number of children increased in the new session, so on the demand of panchayats, 33 schools were restarted in 11 districts of the state. Say that the courtyards of these deserted schools are now chirping again. Out of these, maximum 10 primary schools have been restarted in Mahendragarh district.
33 schools thus opened in 11 districts
Three schools have been reopened in Gurugram II, Karnal one, Kurukshetra IV, Mahendragarh 10, Rewari one, Sonipat three, Yamunanagar three, Palwal one, Ambala two, Hisar three and Bhiwani. This time the number of children in these schools increased. Apart from teachers, Panchayats also made a special contribution.
Education Department warns that schools may be closed if the number of children decreases
The Directorate of Elementary Education has informed the Panchayats and the teachers here through a letter that if the number of children in these schools decreases again, then these schools will be closed again. Therefore, every effort should be made to ensure that the number of children in these schools is not reduced.
In this session, more than two lakh children left private and came to government schools.
According to the school authorities, parents are leaving the fascination of private schools. In this session, more than two lakh children have left private schools in the state to go to government schools. The largest number of children in primary schools are among them.
According to District Elementary Education Officer Ramavatar Sharma
The number of children in government schools was very less. Those schools were merged with nearby schools or were closed. In this session, when the number of children increased in the schools of those villages, the panchayats demanded the reopening of the school. Seeing the right number of children, the department has started such schools again. The number of children in these schools has to be maintained.