Education Department joins hands with Care India for change in Basic Education

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Employment News-An agreement has been signed between the Education Department and Care India for the transformation of basic education in Bihar. Along with this, USAID's India Partnership for Early Learning (IPEL) project has also been launched. This will help in the conduct of Nichit Bharat in the state to bring about a change in the system of Foundation Learning in both government and private schools.

The agreement helped in the conduct of accomplished India
Actually, Nipun Bharat program is already going on in other parts of India including Bihar. At the same time, the agreement will help further in this program. Projects supporting Nipun Bharat will bring change in 137 districts of the country. Through this project, in the next 5 years, 3,30,519 Anganwadi centers, 1,81,528 public primary schools, children of more than 66.5 million public schools will be helped.

Children between the age of 3 years to 8 years will get the benefit
Those children will get the benefit of the scheme, whose age is between 3 years to 8 years. Let us tell you that Care India is a non-profit organization. The aim of which is also to help in the conduct of Nipun Bharat in four project states- Bihar, Jharkhand, UP and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.

To strengthen basic education
Speaking on the agreement between the Government of Bihar and Care India, Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department, Sanjay Kumar said that the objective of the National Education Policy (NEP 2020) is also the same. To ensure that children in primary schools get quality early care and strengthen their basic education.

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