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COIMBATORE: School Education Department has started a training programme for Village Education Committee members.
A release said the three-day residential programme was for panchayat presidents, teachers, self-help group members, parents, academics and youth association volunteers.
They would be trained to bring in transparency and improve the administration of the schools, under the Sarva Siksha Abiyan (education for all) programme. As many as 14,582 members from 2,147 schools are participating in the programme.
Through art and cultural programmes like dance drama, drama, oyilattam, kolattam, etc. the participants would be told about free, right to education, compulsory education, school development, physical development, nutrition, etc.
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