The students of Jammu & Kashmir who resides within the range of five kilometers of the International Border and Line of Control are likely to get new way of education. A programme “Aapka School Aapke Gaon” started under Border Areas Development Programme by the Jammu and Kashmir government is launched to help those students with their studies that are affected during border firing.
This new scheme will help the students to cope up with the academic loss that happens often in such war-prone areas. The district administration is expected to find an appropriate place in every village where the teachers can take up the classes. The place would also have lightening and seating arrangements for students, so that learning can be done in proper manner.
This scheme is launched after the massive academic loss the students faced due to the Pakistani firing that took place recently.
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