Rajasthan govt mulling to bring same uniform in schools, says Education Minister

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Jaipur, April 21 (IANS) To improve the education system in the state, the Rajasthan government said on Sunday that it is mulling to implement the same uniform for students across all government and private schools.

Speaking at a conference in Jodhpur, State Education Minister Madan Dilawar hinted at taking this big step to improving the education system in the state and said that parents are forced to buy uniforms, shoes, ties, etc. from a particular shop in private schools due to which arbitrary prices of school uniform increase.

The state government is now considering making the same uniforms in all schools, whether government or private so that the difference between the rich and poor can be eradicated and parents can buy uniforms from any shop, he added.

The Minister also said that the state government is also planning to make changes regarding the B.Ed course.

"At present, a large number of students pursue B.Ed and even after spending huge amount of money on getting admission, they remain unemployed. Our government wants an examination to be conducted after counting the vacant posts of all categories and selection should be done category-wise based on merit. Also after passing B.Ed, an appointment letter should be given immediately to eligible candidates," Education Minister Dilawar added.

He said that the government officials have been asked to consider such proposals.

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