Initiative of Education Department in Rohtak, started this campaign to take children to schools
Employment News-Out-of-school children will now be brought into the mainstream of education. It is necessary for the right to education that all such children should be traced and enrolled in schools. For this, 154 such children who were out of school have been searched so far in Rohtak by running a campaign. Now bridge course will be conducted for all these 154 children in six centers of Rohtak. It has been duly launched on Wednesday by the District Additional Deputy Commissioner cum Chairman, Samagra Shiksha Mahendrapal from the school of Khedi Sadh village. ADC also motivated the children to get educated.
organizing cultural events
On this occasion, cultural programs have also been presented by the children, through which the message of importance of education was also given. Krishna Phogat, District Project Coordinator of Samagra Shiksha informed that this campaign will be run under the aegis of Haryana School Education Project Council in collaboration with Humana People to People India NGO. In the district, such children were searched who were out of school. For this, campaigns have been launched in villages, towns and colonies etc. The objective of the campaign is to trace children in the age group of six to 14 years and bring them into the mainstream of education.
These six centers have been built in the district
For this, centers have been set up in six different schools in the district. In which Government Primary School Khedi Sadh, Government Primary School Sugar Mill, Government Girls Primary School Gandhi Nagar, Government Primary School Sainik School, Government Middle School Sector 5 and Government Primary School Brahma Mandi are included. Where these children will be given a bridge course. The education department has engaged volunteers to conduct bridge courses.
This course will be completed by March
Surendra Dahiya, District Cardinal of Out of School Campaign said that this course will be completed for the children by March. So that from the next academic session, these children can be admitted in the class according to their age. One volunteer has been deployed for 25 children in each centre. A total of six volunteers have been recruited in the district, who will teach these children the bridge course-related textual material during school hours.