Uttar Pradesh EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana – 1,514 Out of Schools Children Admission
EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana – The Uttar Pradesh Government has launched a new scheme named ‘EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana’/One Trainee One Admission Scheme’. Under this scheme, all BTC / D.L.ED trainees will have to enroll every one out of school children aged 6 to 14 years every year in the nearest primary school.
EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana
Under the ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan’, School Chalo Campaign is being organized to connect all the children of 6 years to 14 years of age, with the basic principles of education. Those children who do not have enrollment in any school, they are enrolled under the Free and Compulsory Child Education Act 2011, in the nearest primary school and are given free education till class eight.
Schools has started campaign awareness program in all the districts. In this campaign, now the participation of the trainees of BTCs / DLADs have been made mandatory by implementing an ‘EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana’ scheme across the state. In this regard, Director of State Educational Research and Training Council, Dr. Sevendra Vikram Bahadur Singh has issued the mandate on 5th April, 2017, last day.
Details of EK Prashikshu EK Pravesh Yojana
Under this scheme, all BTC / D.L.ED trainees will admit the children in nearby primary schools. They have to search for the out of school children of age between 6 to 14 years. With this, they will also work as a counselor, under which he will also motivate parents of children to send their children regularly to their school.
At the same time, there will also be information about the facilities provided by the government in council schools like free uniforms, school bags, shoes-socks, sweaters, textbooks and mid-day meals. It will benefit trainees in the evaluation of internship. In order to implement the scheme in district and private DLDE colleges, the director has issued orders to the Diet Principal.
It is worth mentioning that this scheme was implemented in the District Education and Training Institute of Lucknow last year. After the good results of this scheme, Basic Education Minister Anupama Jaiswal spoke about implementing it in all the diets and private D.L.ED colleges across the state from the new session. In this order, the scheme has been implemented in all the districts of the state.
Trainees Will Admit Children In this Session
Presently batch of BTC / D.L.ED 2015 and 2017 are going on. Until the year 2015, there were diet and three private colleges for BTC in the district, of which there are a total of 332 trainees. But in the year 2017, the number of private colleges in BTC has reached 12. In the year 2017 batch, DIETs and private colleges together are receiving 1,182 trainees training. Under this scheme, if all the interns enroll an out-of-school child, then this scheme will be able to connect the 1,514 out of school children to the fundamental level of education, which will be assisted by the Department of Basic Education in the School Challenge campaign.