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�School Chalo� programme held at Katlicherra

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HAILAKANDI, Sept 8 - Coinciding with the International Literacy Day, a �School Chalo� programme was held at Katlicherra in Hailakandi district on Sunday.

At a ceremonial inauguration of School Chalo programme organised jointly by the district administration and Sarba Siksha Abhiyan at SK Roy College auditorium, 366 out-of-school children under Katlicherra education block have been mainstreamed back to formal school.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner, Keerthi Jalli said every child has the right to education and this right has been guaranteed by the Right to Education Act.

Attributing the factors that fuelled school dropouts, including poverty, Jalli said efforts are on to bring more out-of-school children back to formal school. Jalli said education is power and it induces a sea change in one's life in many ways.

Citing from the exemplary life of APJ Abdul Kalam, Jalli said he rose to prominence as a scientist and later as President of India by dint of sheer hard work and perseverance. She also said that education made her what she is today.

Urging the parents to send their wards to school, Jalli said education makes them able citizens which, in turn, helps in taking the nation forward.

Additional Deputy Commissioner, RK Dam said concrete plans are on to ensure that these children are not deprived of educational opportunities. �As we celebrate the achievement of mainstreaming the out-of-school children into regular schools, it motivates us to further strengthen our commitment to bring back more children into formal schools,� he pointed out.

The Right to Education Act, 2009 (RTE) provides for all governments to provide �special training� for out-of-school children and puts the onus on them to mainstream them into formal schooling system at age-appropriate level.

Inspector of Schools, Rajiv Kumar Jha said while school dropouts is a serious problem, it�s not insurmountable. �Ways and means have been formulated to check drop out-of-children from schools in rural and urban areas. A wealth of experience has accumulated in the country in terms of what works for bringing children into school.�

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�School Chalo� programme held at Katlicherra

HAILAKANDI, Sept 8 - Coinciding with the International Literacy Day, a �School Chalo� programme was held at Katlicherra in Hailakandi district on Sunday.

At a ceremonial inauguration of School Chalo programme organised jointly by the district administration and Sarba Siksha Abhiyan at SK Roy College auditorium, 366 out-of-school children under Katlicherra education block have been mainstreamed back to formal school.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner, Keerthi Jalli said every child has the right to education and this right has been guaranteed by the Right to Education Act.

Attributing the factors that fuelled school dropouts, including poverty, Jalli said efforts are on to bring more out-of-school children back to formal school. Jalli said education is power and it induces a sea change in one's life in many ways.

Citing from the exemplary life of APJ Abdul Kalam, Jalli said he rose to prominence as a scientist and later as President of India by dint of sheer hard work and perseverance. She also said that education made her what she is today.

Urging the parents to send their wards to school, Jalli said education makes them able citizens which, in turn, helps in taking the nation forward.

Additional Deputy Commissioner, RK Dam said concrete plans are on to ensure that these children are not deprived of educational opportunities. �As we celebrate the achievement of mainstreaming the out-of-school children into regular schools, it motivates us to further strengthen our commitment to bring back more children into formal schools,� he pointed out.

The Right to Education Act, 2009 (RTE) provides for all governments to provide �special training� for out-of-school children and puts the onus on them to mainstream them into formal schooling system at age-appropriate level.

Inspector of Schools, Rajiv Kumar Jha said while school dropouts is a serious problem, it�s not insurmountable. �Ways and means have been formulated to check drop out-of-children from schools in rural and urban areas. A wealth of experience has accumulated in the country in terms of what works for bringing children into school.�

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