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 Gujarat had shown an astonishingly impressive growth rate in girls' education some time back, Gujarat's economic resurgence setting "a benchmark of growth".  This province is now getting respect for the impressive growth brought in its education sector, especially primary education.  The Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi is being praised as a good statesman who foresaw that economic and industrial growth could not be sustained without proper education and vocational education.


 So with a solid idea and creative strategy in mind, he started the education mass movement with the concerns of these two primary education with the aim of reducing the dropout rate and increasing the enrollment.

 Bringing about a massive change in primary education, the Chief Minister had given additional emphasis on girl's education.  He had implemented a special scheme "Kanya Kelavani Nidhi" in the province with a commitment to educate every girl child. It is encouraging to know that the creation of a special scheme named "Kanya Kelavani Nidhi" by the Chief Minister, by Shri Modi  All the gifts collected were collected from the auction proceeds. Thus the provincial government found a wonderful strategy to help in its social plans, which also contributed to the state's treasury.


 Apart from this, to ensure wider public participation, the government has taken an initiative of public relations through "Kanya Kelavani Rath Yatra" (Girl Registration Campaign). Kanya Kelavani Rath Yatra is a three-day campaign for the entire province, in which  The Chief Minister and his campaign team will travel to all rural and urban areas and urge people to participate in this cause of education, which has contributed to a significant drop in the dropout rate.


 This year, Shri Modi along with his Council of Ministers visited 32,772 primary schools in all 18,000 villages, 151 municipalities and municipal corporations to participate in the ninth annual statewide Kanya Kelavani Yatra (education of the girl child) and Shala Praveshotsav (school registration movement).  .  This twin movement has entered its seventh year and is providing dividend in the form of higher registration, wide spread of education among girls, qualitative improvement in educational standard, etc.


 Even when we compare the data obtained from the 2001 and 2011 census reports, Gujarat still has a surprisingly impressive performance in female literacy.  The province has shown an increase of more than 13 percent in the female literacy rate over the last decade, the highest level among the Indian provinces, with a drop in the dropout ratio of 29.77 in the middle.


 In order that the weaker sections are not deprived of the benefits of this mass movement, the government has taken a step forward in rural areas where female literacy rate is less than 35 percent and for girls of BPL families in urban areas.  Vidyalakshmi scheme has been implemented.  Under this scheme, a bond of Rs 1,000 is provided to every girl who registers in class-I and class-V in villages with low female literacy rate.


 The girl child receives the bond amount along with interest on completion of class VII and X respectively.  As a result a higher rate of drop-out prevention has been ensured.  Apart from this, in such families, which have only girl children, Rs 1,000 will be provided as incentive on the registration of their girls in the school.


 While encouraging higher registration, it is never that the quality of education being provided in government-run primary schools is being neglected, as such problems have often been faced in government-run schemes.  Therefore, the government has prepared the design of a quality checking campaign 'Gunotsav', under which the bureaucrats and officials have visited all 33,376 schools and collected the data of the quality of education being provided by them from all over the province.


 It would be pertinent to mention here that the results of 'Gunotsav-2009' were evaluated by UNESCO, which accepted the classification system adopted by the State Education Department as a wonderful and innovative system.


 Along with this, methods have also been adopted for proper checking of health of students and basic infrastructure of schools.


તારીખ: 16/07/2021


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 This is evidenced by these facts, in which apart from the appointment of 1.2 lakh education assistants, the government has provided facilities like drinking water and electricity and it has also constructed 75,748 classrooms and 50,914 toilets in the entire province.  The credit for the extra nutrients in the lunch and regular health check-up of the students also goes to the government's efforts.


 Apart from this, last week, the state government has started the first ever "Pathshala Chhod Search System" for students who drop out of school in the middle, in Runpur village located in Satlasana taluka of Mehsana district.  All these initiatives taken by the Gujarat government will not only set a record in the field of education but will also be the harbinger of a new path towards better development of human capital. There is no doubt about it.  is.

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