40 thousand did not join, from September 7 there will be disciplinary measures against education officials. 77,000 government school children drop out in Rajasthan, 40,000 were not admitted and dropped out

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77 thousand children drop out of public schools

In Rajasthan, 77505 children dropped out of school despite many schemes of the state government. This has been revealed in Praveshotsav campaign survey in Shala Darpan report dated 30 August 2022. Out of these only 36804 students could be re-enrolled in schools. While names could not be added to the schools of 40 thousand 701 children. There is concern, these children have left school education. Director of Secondary Education Gaurav Aggarwal has said about this serious matter that it is a matter of great regret. Enclosing the report of the district entry festival campaign, he has written a letter to all the joint directors of school education divisions, the district project coordinator of Samagra Shiksha, the district education directors, to all District Education Officers and Block Education Officers and Block Reference. Center Manager Falling Warning Be sure to connect out-of-school and out-of-school students with schools. Otherwise, disciplinary action will be taken against you in adverse circumstances.

The Directorate of Secondary Education has issued an order in which it regrets not having incorporated the name of 40,701 students from the school and has warned that before September 7, 2022 it will make sure to add the name of the dropout to the school, otherwise disciplinary measures will be applied. take in adverse circumstances.

Gaurav Agarwal, Director, Secondary Education, Bikaner.

Gaurav Agarwal, Director, Secondary Education, Bikaner.

In classes from 9 to 12 until September 7, there will be admission for 1 to 8 whole sessions

Directorate of Secondary Education Rajasthan Bikaner IAS Gaurav Agarwal has also extended the date of admission of schools to increase enrollment in the session 2022-23 and to connect those whose names are not added or children drop out. The date of admission for classes 9 to 12 in all public and private schools in the state has been extended from 31 August 2022 to 7 September 2022. Admission for classes 1 to 8 it can be done throughout the academic session.

Motivate children and parents by visiting them

The Director of Secondary Education has directed all school principals and Panchayat Primary Education Officers (PEEOs) to make extra efforts to get the names of these identified or dropout students enrolled in the school. Comply with the teacher’s duty to guarantee the admission of the identified boy or girl to the school. Coordinate with the locality, public representatives of the neighborhood, parents of children, former students, members of the school’s management and development committee, students who study at the local school. Inform the boys and girls about the scholarships, the motivation schemes that are given to students. It will be the duty of the block education director and the district education director concerned to visit them and motivate them if necessary to ensure admission of the school in and out of school in their area. Be sure to grab your ticket while the festival continues. Pay special attention to the admission of girls. A copy of this order has also been sent to the Ministry of Education.

Districts of Rajasthan and number of abandoned children

district abandon the children
Udaipur 6852
exchange 3032
Bhilwara 3703
Bikaner 4063
sirohi 3857
bartender 1540
Nagaur 1237
Bharatpur 1433
Banswara 1516
Ajmer 1265
joy 1560
Shri Ganga Nagar 1120
jhunjhunu 227
Dungarpur 675
Rajsamand 366
Jaisalmer 916
Alwar 421
tonk 734
swear 571
Karauli 369
Hanumangarh 887
Jodhpur 758
Jaipur 505
Chittorgarh 639
Dausa 417
Dholpur 343
Jhalawar 198
Sawai madhopur 420
Sikar 363
Pratapgarh 306
bundi 307
fence 53
share 48
Vijay Goel, State Coordinator of Rajasthan Joint Campaign for Protection of Child Rights.

Vijay Goel, State Coordinator of Rajasthan Joint Campaign for Protection of Child Rights.

Expert View: Real figures 2.50 to 3 lakhs

Vijay Goel, who is the state coordinator of Rajasthan Common Campaign for Protection of Child Rights and identified as “Bachpan Bachao Man”, said in a conversation with Dainik Bhaskar: This dropout figure is just a farce of the government In fact, 2.50 lakh to 3 lakh children are deprived of their right to education or drop out. Children living in dhani villages, kutcha settlements, slums and roadsides have not been surveyed. The survey has included only those children who were already enrolled in public schools, who have dropped out. So this is the number of school dropouts. Children who did not even see the face of the school. They haven’t even been included.

The main reason for the drop out is that government schools have been converted from Hindi to English medium and Mahatma Gandhi schools. Many children could not enter. Most of the children could not adapt to English. The efforts of the government that should have been made to bring back the children from schools or to conduct an admission campaign, have not happened on the ground. Migration after Kovid, unemployment has increased. It has also become difficult for poor children to arrange food and mid-day meals. Children who do not have access to school. These children have also dropped out. The responsibility of being trapped in child labor and feeding the family also falls on poor children. As a result, many children drop out of school.

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