Rajgarh, 11 November: Rajgarh Collector Nidhi Nivedita started an innovative initiative for girls leaving school midway due to some reason in the district. This innovative initiative has been so effective in advancing ‘Shala-Tyagi’(those kids left schooling ) 2485 daughters and working women in the ‘Badal Par Paon Hai’ district that it has been ranked in the World Book of Records by the United Kingdom.
On Monday, Collector Nidhi Nivedita has received a permanent certificate of the world record of the great initiative started by the district administration.
The Collector informed that the campaign has been named “flying on the cloud” to give flying wings to the Shala-Tyagi daughters with re-education in coordination with all the departments of the district administration. All sections of the society also participated in this campaign and a peaceful atmosphere was created by contacting their parents as well as in-laws to re-engage Shala-Tyagi daughters with education. After the registration of 2485 such daughters, their preparation for class 10th and 12th examinations started.
The mid-term examination and dialogue program has been conducted by the district administration at the local stadium ground for their preparation. Public Education Commissioner Jayashree Kiyawat also reached Rajgarh in this program and appreciated this unprecedented initiative. She also communicated with the daughters and gave tips for the preparation of the exam. He said that the atmosphere in Rajgarh and the enthusiasm of the daughters cannot stop them from moving forward.
The United Kingdom has on Monday issued a permanent certificate considering the initiative as the World Book of Records. Collector Nidhi Nivedita has given this information to the media herself.