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In order to make up for the loss of children’s education due to the lockdown, the army decided to give free tuition to poor children. (File photo)

The Indian Army is engaged in arranging tuition classes for poor children in North Kashmir. The army has arranged for the children of poor families living below the poverty line in Baramulla to study in a government school. These tuition classes are being held at Government Middle School in Tarju area of ​​Sopore.

Actually, there has been a lot of loss of education of children due to lockdown. In view of the preparations for the board exam, the army has taken up this task to compensate for this loss.

50 children share this tuition class
About 50 children from nearby villages are participating in this tuition class. These include 30 boys and 20 girls. Student Nelofar Rashid, who is participating here, said that we are thankful to the Indian Army, who thought of teaching us for free.

5 local teachers coming to teach
5 local teachers are being called in the tuition classes being organized by the army. The subjects of English, Social Science, Mathematics, Science and Urdu are being taught in it. Hilal Ahmed, a teacher coming to teach here, said that I teach Urdu here. Free education to children has also opened up employment avenues for us.

Corona protocol is being followed
Tests will be taken every 15 days during two-month tuition classes. This will be followed by the final test before the end of tuition classes. Free stationery items are also being provided to students. During this time all the protocols of Corona are being strictly followed.

Exercise to strengthen the relationship between Awam and Jawan
This initiative has been taken by the Nangali Army Camp of Apalona National Rifle Battalion. Its purpose is to provide free education to poor children and also strengthen the relationship between the people and the young.

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