Child IDs become problem in cent-percent distribution

Khargone : The scholarship distribution work is still continue in government primary and middle schools of the district after ending the session. Although the district has improved from statewide backward position in scholarship distribution and speed-up the work now. Out of total 1 lakh 36 thousand 980 applications for scholarships in district, total 73,922 students have been distributed the scholarships till now. Total 34,871 students still to get the scholarships in the district.

At present, Khargone district has gone on sixth position in scholarship distribution in state. The child-ID No is creating hurdle in the scholarship distribution in the district. According to sources, at many a institutions, the students have no child-ID No. Now, the Zila Panchayat is trying to speed-up the child-IDs distribution work and directing all the civil bodies of the district regarding that.

In-spite of slow speed in child-ID distribution work, with the efforts of district education office during past one month the district has cross three districts in the state in child-ID distribution work. District education officer Rameshwar Khere informed that during last month, the Khargone district was on ninth position, while in this month the district has come on sixth place.

Khargone district’s tribal majority development block Bhagwanpura is leading in scholarship distribution work. Out of total 10,494 approved applications, 3934 have been sanctioned, while 4477 applications have been sent to DDO for approval from the block. Meanwhile, total 543 applications are pending at DDO office for approval.

The main reason in delaying the scholarship distribution is only the child-ID No problem. It is to be noted that the problems is occurring due to changes in names of the students at various schools. Due to this, many a students could not get the scholarships.

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