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Govt has asked states to complete Aadhaar enrollment of school children by August 31

 

LATEST NEWS :    Centre has asked Karnataka and 15 other states to complete Aadhaar enrollment of school children by August 31 and submit the data to ensure serving of the mid-day meal to them “in a seamless manner.” According to Deccan Herald, this comes as the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry observed that many of these 16 States were lagging far behind in completion of the task, with Nagaland having enrolled just 15 percent of 1,59,449 students to Aadhaar.

 

In Karnataka, only 70 percent of the total number of students have so far been enrolled to Aaadhar card . A total of 49,10,765 students enrolled in the Government schools in the State.

“The stipulated date for completing 100% Aadhaar enrollment is August 31, 2017. I earnestly suggest the Aadhaar enrollment campaign be given an added thrust by the Government of Karnataka in a time bound manner,” school education department secretary of the HRD Ministry Anil Swarup stated in his letter to Karnataka Chief Secretary Subhash C Khuntia.

 

As per date with the Ministry, just 23% of the total school students have been enrolled to Aaadhar in Andhra Pradesh, 26% in Uttar Pradesh, 28% Odisha, 42% in Rajasthan, 61% in Madhya Pradesh and 63% in Bihar.

West Bengal Government has not shared any update on the Aadhaar enrollment of school students despite HRD Ministry’s “repeated requests and reminders,” an official said.

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Govt has asked states to complete Aadhaar enrollment of school children by August 31

 

LATEST NEWS :    Centre has asked Karnataka and 15 other states to complete Aadhaar enrollment of school children by August 31 and submit the data to ensure serving of the mid-day meal to them “in a seamless manner.” According to Deccan Herald, this comes as the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry observed that many of these 16 States were lagging far behind in completion of the task, with Nagaland having enrolled just 15 percent of 1,59,449 students to Aadhaar.

 

In Karnataka, only 70 percent of the total number of students have so far been enrolled to Aaadhar card . A total of 49,10,765 students enrolled in the Government schools in the State.

“The stipulated date for completing 100% Aadhaar enrollment is August 31, 2017. I earnestly suggest the Aadhaar enrollment campaign be given an added thrust by the Government of Karnataka in a time bound manner,” school education department secretary of the HRD Ministry Anil Swarup stated in his letter to Karnataka Chief Secretary Subhash C Khuntia.

 

As per date with the Ministry, just 23% of the total school students have been enrolled to Aaadhar in Andhra Pradesh, 26% in Uttar Pradesh, 28% Odisha, 42% in Rajasthan, 61% in Madhya Pradesh and 63% in Bihar.

West Bengal Government has not shared any update on the Aadhaar enrollment of school students despite HRD Ministry’s “repeated requests and reminders,” an official said.

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