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Compensatory education centres for low-achieving rural girls of class X inaugurated in Niwai block of Rajasthan
Compensatory education centres for class X low achieving rural girls were inaugurated by the community leaders at Niwai block in Tonk district of Rajasthan last week.

The centres were opened by Jaipur-based CULP-NGO and are being funded by Edelgive Foundation. At Sedaria village, Pradhan Chanrakala Gurjar and at village Sirohi, Satraj Beniwal inaugurated the centers in the presence the teachers, parents, CULP functionaries and the admitted girls, reported Mohammad Iqbal of CULP.

Prior to the opening of the centres, the teachers and CULP functionaries were given two-week training in two spells to prepare instructional material for low achieving rural girls to prepare them for high school examination of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Examination.       

The trainings were provided under auspices of Pehchan Project for all the six subjects of the high school curriculum in the state. Special emphasis was laid on math teaching by having sessions on language of math, dual code charts on topics, concept attainment model of instruction and scaffolding learning practice. 

Fourteen participants prepared material for systematic transaction of the compensatory education and the process of training consisted of the following steps: demonstration by the trainer, guided practice of the training and preparation of learning material in four groups. The language and social science group of the participants was kept as a composite group.

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