Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar claimed that in the next five years literacy rate would be eradicated from the India.
Recently at the “Festival of Education” in Rajasthan the minister said that as part of efforts to achieve 100 per cent literacy, the students of classes 6 to 12 would be involved into training to teach their illiterate parents and grandparents at home.
Javadekar on the occasion also expressed hope that the government’s efforts to improve the quality of education will make the public and private schools to compete and have a “healthy competition” with each other in new India. He also claimed that the govt. will also improve the quality of food served under the midday meal scheme in the government schools by training the cooks for two days on hygiene and taste preferences.
At the same occasion Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje said that Rajasthan govt. was concentration on the improvement of education and several initiatives had been taken by the state govt. to transform the state education infrastructure and the institutions in Rajasthan.
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