A door-to-door survey should be conducted to identify children aged between six and 18 years who are away from schools.
The Ministry has issued guidelines to the students to help them during the school closure and after their reopening. To reduce the loss of studies, it has been recommended to look into the possibilities of studies through television and radio.
- Last Updated:January 10, 2021 6:54 PM IS
Objectives to identify, admit and continue education of children
Officials said that this year the Ministry has also recommended relaxation of the rules for failing children. He said that this recommendation has been made with the objective of identifying migrant children affected during the epidemic, giving admission and continuing education.
Recommendation of relaxation in rules for failing studentsTo reduce the challenge posed to our school children due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, it was felt that all states and union territories have to face increased dropouts and reduced registration, loss of studies, said a senior ministry official. In order to deal with the problem of deficiency in the universal and quality education that has been provided in the years, there is a need to formulate a proper policy.
The official said, states and union territories have been advised to carry out intensive door-to-door survey to identify children between the ages of six to 18 years who are away from schools, as well as to register them in schools. Action plan should be prepared.
The Ministry has issued guidelines to the students to help them during the school closure and after their reopening.
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Recommendation to look into the possibilities of studies
He said that to help students during the period of closure of schools, on-the-go schools, conducting small-class classrooms in villages, increasing the reach of online and digital sources to children, television to reduce the loss of education and It has been recommended to look into the possibilities of studies through radio.