🔥 The government will head “Padhna Likhna Abhiyan” to educate 57 lakh uneducated people in the country. The aim is to achieve full literacy through the program by 2030. The government will be running a Reading Writing Campaign to achieve full literacy through the program by 2030
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The whole country by 2030 Literacy To achieve the government’s goal, the government will launch a new program called the Reading Writing Campaign. Education Minister of the Union about it Ramesh Pokhriyal The government’s “read and write” campaign will prove to be an important step in achieving the goal of full literacy by 2030.
Union Education Minister announced
On the occasion of the 54th International Literacy Day, the Minister of Education said: “The main aim of the campaign is to provide 57 lakh of uneducated and unskilled adults in urban and rural areas aged 15 and over to literacy.” The program mainly includes women, planned castes, planned tribes, minorities and other disadvantaged groups. Against this background, preference is given to those districts in which the literacy rate of women is currently below 60%.
The aim is to create “educated India – independent India”
In the meantime, he has called on all state governments, civil society organizations, corporations, intellectuals and citizens to contribute to making India a fully educated society so that the country can become an “educated India-independent India”. On this occasion, the Minister of State for Education, Sanjay Dhotre, said that we should try to involve everyone in the field of literacy and formal education so that we can reach the national goal faster. ‘
Almost 77.7 percent of the country’s total literacy rate
Previously, a recent survey by NSO estimated the country’s literacy rate at around 77.7 percent. That being said, there was a huge difference in the literacy rate between women and men in the country. While the male literacy rate in the report is 84.7 percent, the female literacy rate is 14.4 percent lower than that of men, or 70.3 percent. At the same time, the literacy rate in rural areas was 73.5 percent, 14.2 percent below that in urban areas (87.7 percent).