Education – Waiting for the new course. Children forced to read from old books

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Badaun / Ujhani. The new session has started in the schools of the town hall from the 1st of April. This time the study had to be done from the curriculum developed in the framework of the New Education Policy 2020. The preparation was also complete, but the books of the new syllabus did not reach the schools. In this situation, it has become an obligation for primary and upper primary school children to read old books.
Principals and teachers have provided old books from children enrolled in upper classes to high school children, but this could not be found for all children either. Children are forced to study with torn books. There is no primary school or upper primary school in the district where all children have old books. Parents of children studying with old books, Hariom of Butla and Prempal resident in Kuda Narsinghpur say the academic session started on April 1st. According to the rules, the new course should be available for children as soon as the session begins. Alternative arrangements should be made from old books, but copies cannot become obsolete. After getting old books, children have to buy copies at the market for parents. According to department information- Even before the start of the session, teachers had realized that the new course would not be available until the last week of July or before the beginning of August. That is why the teachers took the books of the children who had passed the fifth grade and had them enroll in the next class and handed them over to the primary school children. There is no class in which nine or ten children or more are not deprived of old books. Teachers are also teaching them with playfulness.
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I didn’t get a chance to get ready even during the holidays
After the start of the academic session from 1 April, summer holidays were observed in primary and upper primary schools from 30 May to 15 June. Even after eight to nine days of the start of the academic session, the children were unable to get the new school year, so the parents began juggling the old children’s old books but were unable to get the new ones. books. Therefore, instead of preparing at home, the children engaged in sports. Because the books are available from the departmental level, they are not available in the market.
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know too
-Total number of students: four lakh 912
Num. of Primary- 1504
-Higher Primary / Compound School-653
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Book allocation should be done from the government level. I hope the books arrive soon. Then they will be distributed.
-Anand Prakash Sharma, BSA

Badaun / Ujhani. The new session has started in the schools of the town hall from the 1st of April. This time the study had to be done from the curriculum developed in the framework of the New Education Policy 2020. The preparation was also complete, but the books of the new syllabus did not reach the schools. In this situation, it has become an obligation for primary and upper primary school children to read old books.

Principals and teachers have provided old books from children enrolled in upper classes to high school children, but this could not be found for all children either. Children are forced to study with torn books. There is no primary school or upper primary school in the district where all children have old books. Parents of children studying with old books, Hariom of Butla and Prempal resident in Kuda Narsinghpur say the academic session started on April 1st. According to the rules, the new course should be available for children as soon as the session begins. Alternative arrangements should be made from old books, but copies cannot become obsolete. After getting old books, children have to buy copies at the market for parents. According to department information- Even before the start of the session, teachers had realized that the new course would not be available until the last week of July or before the beginning of August. That is why the teachers took the books of the children who had passed the fifth grade and had them enroll in the next class and handed them over to the primary school children. There is no class in which nine or ten children or more are not deprived of old books. Teachers are also teaching them with playfulness.

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I didn’t get a chance to get ready even during the holidays

After the start of the academic session from 1 April, summer holidays were observed in primary and upper primary schools from 30 May to 15 June. Even after eight to nine days of the start of the academic session, the children were unable to get the new school year, so the parents began juggling the old children’s old books but were unable to get the new ones. books. Therefore, instead of preparing at home, the children engaged in sports. Because the books are available from the departmental level, they are not available in the market.

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know too

-Total number of students: four lakh 912

Num. of Primary- 1504

-Higher Primary / Compound School-653

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Book allocation should be done from the government level. I hope the books arrive soon. Then they will be distributed.

-Anand Prakash Sharma, BSA

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