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starring Colin Farrell, a war veteran and motorcycle cop for the California Highway Patrol who discovers a crime scene which triggers an investigation involving three law enforcement groups. The NGO that surveyed over 788 primary schools across the state had found that seven out of ten Class VIII students could not carry out basic subtraction and division of numbers. Further 80 per cent students in Class VIII could not read Class II textbooks Desperate to improve its skewed education development index the state government is now banking on this child tracking system to deliver results A senior government official said under the new system developed with the assistance of National Informatics Centre the government planned to maintain annual records of all schoolgoing children including their basic profile their academic performance and details of incentives or benefits provided to him/her if at all by the government Besides helping the government curb misdirected benefits and grants — a probe had earlier revealed rampant bogus enrollments in state schools — Nand Kumar said the government planned to use the new system to track the performance of each child “We have no means currently to map whether an enrolled student is getting the desired education in schools The new system will allow us to track their performance regularly” the senior bureaucrat said He added that plans were also afoot to start common tests in mathematics and language subjects for evaluating a child’s progress The state government which will also involve a third party agency to audit performance of schools has said the school administration will be held accountable for under performance of students in such assessments With a high dropout ratio in schools also adversely impacting on primary education in the state the Maharashtra government has also decided to club the system with a survey to identify “out-of-school” students across the state “This survey will be launched on June 20 We plan to track even such students with Aadhaar numbers” Nand Kumar said Elaborating he said “Once the student’s data is fed into a central data monitoring system through Aadhaar he or she will be enrolled in a nearby school It would be the responsibility of the school then to impart education to such kids” According to official figures over 2 lakh children in Maharashtra are estimated to be “out of school” Of this about 118 lakh students are students roughly 59 per cent are such who have never gone to school whereas the remaining 082 lakh are dropouts More worrying fact for the government is a very high dropout ratio among girls leaving studies after primary education Official figures reveal that about 21 per cent girls drop out of school before passing their class X Taking a stern view of the state of education in Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had earlier directed the department to take concrete steps to improve the state’s overall ranking in the education development index The state government has also set an ambitious target of bringing down the girl dropout ratio in Class X to 5 per cent before 2020 Educationist Basanti Roy who is also a former secretary of the Mumbai division of the state education board however felt that the state government must first fix the problem regarding poor standard of teachers in schools “Inadequate number of teachers in government schools and poor quality of teachers in private schools are the main reason Maharashtra fares poorly in education” Sunita George principal Vibgyor High School in Mumbai’s Goregaon welcomed the initiative but said the government must use it to take some concrete steps For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News the Devendra Fadnavis government has decided to put into practice a unique child education tracking system, Indio from a previous marriage,” he added.We were in college together. 2013 11:11 am Related News Poster boy of middle-of-road cinema ‘Adaab. He made me sit outside his office for 10 minutes before he could meet me. Why did you want to meet ministers.

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