Classes started at Atal Residential School, 80 students enrolled on the first day

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Atal Vidyalaya: Atal Residential School opened in Belhat, Korana from Monday. On the first day 80 children were admitted to the school and classes were conducted. Children of poor workers will be given free education here. The school was inaugurated by Additional Commissioner Labor Soumya Pandey.

He said that on the lines of Navodaya Vidyalaya, Atal Residential Schools in 18 mandals of the state have taken initiatives to impart good education to the children of labourers. Meanwhile, CDO Gaurav Kumar advised the children to get education by creating a good environment. School principal Suresh Chandra said in the program that no stone will be left unturned to provide better education.

To commemorate the day, a banner bearing handprints was put up in the school premises. To make the day memorable, children’s hand prints were taken along with the guests. So that this day will be memorable in future. Children were given bags, kits and chocolates.

73 children reached school
On Monday, at the inauguration of Atal Residential School in Belhat, Korana, students were felicitated with flowers. Out of 80 selected students, 73 appeared on the first admission day on Monday. According to Principal Suresh Chandra, the other children will be informed again.

91 percent passed the assessment test with proficiency:
Under the Nipun Bharat Mission, the proficiency assessment test of 4,30,549 students of classes 1 to 8 studying in council schools in the district began on Monday through Saral App, with the aim of ensuring the expected education among children. On the first day, the children of class 1 to 3 enthusiastically participated in the test. Out of 155091 students of Class 1 to 3 enrolled in the district, 1,41,737 (91.38 per cent) children appeared in school and appeared for the examination.

Five children were given questionnaires and eight children were assessed on OMR sheets. 2,75,458 students of class 4 to 8 will be examined on Tuesday.


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