Justice Ayok recommends to hand over non-functional government schools to private

The project has been nominated for a three-year project which has been released by the Finance Ayok.

The number of government schools has risen over the last few years. Students’ involvement in government schools has been declining since student mobility increases in private schools. The absence of teachers is said to be the lowest level of teaching in classrooms in the state schools and generally lesser quality is the main factor in student decline.

The absence of teachers is said to be the lowest level of teaching in classrooms in the state schools and generally lesser quality is the main factor in student decline.

Student performance in government schools is worse than private schools. The state schools are in very bad condition, indicating that no level of education and student enrollment is better.

The number of students enrollment in private schools has increased by 1.85 crore from 2010 to 2014, financial ayok said. With the decline in quality of government schools, the number of students is also declining.

Ayok has recommended that the government schools be handed over to private individuals, whether inactive or unskilled.

This recommendation has been given to the federal government by the government to upgrade the government schools.

Finance Ayok has recommended that the government be allowed to hold private partnerships with the government and to hand over private schools to those who do not work properly and not have enough students. Those schools should take action to act on government and private participation.

According to the report, the government should set up a committee to monitor and guide the quality of government schools and teachers’ visits.

According to the Financial Audit report, there are more than 50 students in the 3.7 lakh government schools in 2014-15.

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