primary education

Population explosion and Family Welfare Programme

India was the first nation to launched a family planning programme in 1952. Though the birth rate started decreasing, it was accompanied by a sharp decrease in death rate, leading to an overall increase in population.The early concept of population policy covered both mortality and fertility and did not exclusively focus on fertility. There was also a recognition of the need to improve the quality of life of the people by lowering the burden of disease or morbidity, promoting universal primary education and eradicating illiteracy, exploitation and poverty. The current high population growth rate is due to: (1) the large ... Read more

15-16.04.18 (CGPCS) Chhattisgarh Current Affairs

CHHATTISGARH PM flags off historic train service in maoist heartland ¬† Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated historic railway line and passenger train service in insurgency infested Kanker district in North Bastar.   The Prime Minister gifted the long-awaited link on the auspicious occasion of birth anniversary of architect of Constitution Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar at village Jangla in Bijapur district via video-conferencing.   The railway track links Dallhirajhara in Balod ¬†district to Bhanupratapur in North Bastar.   The track is part of the 235 kilometres rail project linking Dallhirajhara -Ravghat-Jagdalpur.   Modi congratulated the citizens of the State while ... Read more

Education Policy of Chhattisgarh

Education Policy of Chhattisgarh The State of Chhattisgarh formulated and adopted a comprehensive policy on education providing for all round development of the personality of the student population. The main features of this policy relating to school education sector can be stated as follows: Free and compulsory education for children in the age group of 6 to 14. Education for all without discrimination between different communities and gender. Uniformity in primary education. Development of community games. Universal access to education to be made effective. Providing access to education to children deprived of education facilities. Construction of ashram schools in colonies ... Read more

Education and Educational Infrastructure of Chhattisgarh

Education and Educational Infrastructure of Chhattisgarh School Education in Chhattisgarh is handled mainly by two departments namely the Department of Education and the Department of Tribal Welfare. The Department of School Education works with the State Council for Education Research and Training (SCERT) that is responsible for the development of curricula and also the development and recommendation of text books to be adopted by the educational institutions. The District Institute for Educational Training (DIET) is responsible for training of Teachers. The State Board for Secondary Education is responsible for secondary education and examinations in the state. Department of School Education ... Read more