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Paray Shikshalaya is open room classroom. It is to be launched by the West Bengal Government. The Paray Shikshalaya is launched for the pre – primary and primary students.
Under the scheme, elementary education will be provided to students of class 1 to class 5. The classes will be conducted on ground. The students will be encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. Mid – day meals will be provided.
Need for the scheme
According to NITI Aayog, the dropout rate in primary level in 2010-11 was 6.61%. Also, after COVID, the number students coming to schools have decreased all over India. The rural areas of West Bengal have not yet received internet services. In this condition, the open room classroom is the best way to bring in the primary school children. It is inexpensive. The state government is already borrowing loans from World Bank and IMF to implement its scheme.
Education in West Bengal
The instructions are mainly provided in Bengali or English. In central Kolkata, Urudu is also used. The state is mainly famous for its higher education. The literary rate in the state has increased from 68.64% in 2001 to 77.08% in 2011. The female literacy rate is 70.54% and the male literacy rate is 81.69%. The top literate districts of the state are Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, Kolkata, Howrah and Hugli. The state follows 10+2+3 education patter. In order to comply with the new Education policy, 2020, the education pattern of the state may be change to 5+3+3+4.
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