3250 students left studies in 10 years: Study
Kupwara, Dec 25: As many as 3250 students in this frontier district have left their studies during the past 10 years due to different reasons.
This was revealed by a study “Talash” conducted under SSA by Education department.
“On an average we have given responsibility to four teachers to motivate one drop-out during winter vacation” said G R Lone, Chief Education Officer (CEO) Kupwara.
“Teacher conferences are being conducted in different schools of the district to activate the teachers to motivate the drop outs to return to schools,” he added.
“I once again urge the teachers to visit every household, especially in remote areas of the district and motivate the school drop-outs to pursue education in schools”
“It is our moral responsibility to launch door-to-door campaign and identify the school drop-outs. Such children should be motivated to get enrolled in schools. There are more school drop-outs in remote areas than the towns,” said Lone.
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