Mumbai: Maharashtra Government has chosen to connect school students’ admission enrollment numbers to Aadhar card in order to efficiently execute the Right to Education Act.
A project to prepare Aadhaar cards for school children will certainly be undertaken from April 27 to June 26, according to a federal government resolution (GR) issued here on Tuesday.
The state government has asked the neighborhood management to ensure that school children at the taluka and also town levels are released Aadhaar cards within 60 days and also the UID numbers are linked to their college admission numbers.
Linking of pupils’ admission enrollment number to Adhaar card will facilitate tracking of the youngster in the education system. The government clarified this was being done to make sure the Right to Education Act (RTE) was executed correctly, the GR stated.
It will assist federal government validate whether pupils are signed up in colleges and also moms and dads could also be kept in the loop over their kid’s educational progression, it said.
Block education and learning policemans have been asked to put together information relating the variety of children with Aadhaar card Number and onward it to respective area collectorates.
The government has actually likewise asked the regional administration to advertise the campaign.
The RTE Act ensures that kids in the 6-14 age group are not left out of the educational system.
The GR claimed the biggest difficulty to guarantee success of the RTE Act is to bring non-school going kids in the education layer.