UP GOVERNMENT IS GOING TO PASS AN ORDER FOR ‘NO SCHOOL BAG ON SATURDAYS’ IN THE SCHOOLS :

The Uttar Pradesh government is considering a proposal to declare “no school bag day” on Saturdays in state-run schools. This was conveyed at a meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma in Lucknow, an official release said.    School kids will be allowed to come to school without bags on Saturdays so that they can participate in creative activities, it said. It will establish a good rapport between students and teachers and help in their personality development, it added.    Earlier, the Yogi Adityanath government decided to bid goodbye to the khaki uniform worn by students of government schools. From the new session in July, students will be seen in new uniform comprising pink-and-white check shirt with brown collar and brown trousers for boys and a similar shirt with brown skirt for girls.    There are 1.78 crore children studying in 1.68 lakh government schools in 75 districts of the state. These include 1.14 lakh primary schools (class I -V) and 54,000 upper primary schools (class VI-VIII).   The Rediff.com : 13th. May,17

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