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Maharashtra Village School Encourages Students With Unique Programs

The government-run elementary school in the small town of Aurangabad in Maharashtra has been using creative strategies to increase enrollment and retention. There are just 50 kids and two instructors at the elementary school in Babuwadi-Chartha, which the Zilla Parishad manages. The town is on a hill 45 kilometers from the district seat. 

This elementary school that serves kids through the fifth grade has taken many novel steps in recent years to instill in its pupils a sense of civic duty, encourage them to take good care of their school's surroundings, and inspire them to perform well in their studies.

Children have become fond of the school due to its activities, such as encouraging them to help clean up each morning, planting trees, and having "no bag" days.

The principal, Sudhir Tupe, commented on the new "smile badge" initiative, saying, "Students' study habits changed as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic." "The purpose of the grin badge program is to provide extra incentive for students to complete their assignments."

He also said that a group of students had been created to check the homework each day and award a medal to the kids who did it before school started. "Every day, classes start at 9:30 a.m. However, students consistently arrive 30 minutes early to assist with classroom cleaning." Mr. Tupe gave an interview with PTI.

For the last several years, schools have held "no bag" days to keep pupils interested in attending. "We enjoy gardening, yoga, and other recreational activities on bag-free days. Due to this, school attendance has increased, and students now look forward to going to school."

Mr. Tupe said that the school has also started a planting campaign to ensure that there is always vegetation surrounding the building. "Since 2013, we have planted around 60 seedlings around the school." Every day, students bring a bottle of water from school to water the trees on their way home." said Mr. Tupe. 

To further their education, he stated that three students had been accepted to Navodaya Vidyalayas and that fifteen students had received scholarships since 2017. According to Jayashree Chavan, an Education official with the Zilla Parishad, the school has taken specific innovative steps that other local schools have adopted.


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