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District Admin intensifies awareness under rolled out “Back to School” initiative of Project Talaash
1/15/2023 10:53:18 PM

Early Times Report

KISHTWAR, Jan 15: District Administration Kishtwar in collaboration with Education Department and Department of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj today conducted Special gram Sabhas for mass level awareness campaign launched under the project Talaash- Back to School across the district at designated places/villages where the number of Out Of School Children (OOSC) is very high.
Officers of District Administration participated in these Gram Sabhas wherein they sensitised the masses/parents about the rollout scheme of bringing the OOSC including school dropouts and never enrolled children of the age of 6-14 years.
Deputy Commissioner, Dr Devansh Yadav presided over such a sabha here at HS Cherji, block Nagseni wherein ACD Atul Dutt Sharma, DDC member Faisal Kichloo, PRIs, Parents, locals, teachers, identified OOSC.
During the gram sabha, DC Kishtwar informed that under project Talaash OOSCs have been identified through a survey conducted by different stakeholders and in some villages including Cherji village the figures are very high which require all out efforts from all corners to bring these out of school children back to school and improving the literacy rate. He assured that the administration is taking all possible steps like winter classes and bridge courses under Samagra etc which can be instrumental in bringing the OOSC figures down. Terming education as the backbone of the developmental process, DC Kishtwar urged the PRIs and common masses to cooperate with the Education Department to ensure that the OOSC including School dropouts and never enrolled children of the age of 6-14 years are re-enrolled.
On the occasion the parents were administered a pledge to send their wards back to school.
Meanwhile, the DC also listened to the grievances of people and PRIs who apprised him about the grievances related to the streamlining of the public services and requirement of infrastructure in education, health, road, power and water supply.
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