Shrinagar: More than two dozen schools are moving with the nomadic Gujjars and Bakerwal families later this month as part of their annual migration in Jammu and Kashmir to ensure that the migrating sudents have access to proper education facilities.
A total of 25 schools having an enrolment of 801 students -- 410 boys and 391 girls -- will move with the migratory population. They have been provided with 45 teachers who will run the schools.
A spokesperson informed that the district development commissioner of Rajouri, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, finalized the details of the plan at a meeting of senior officers from various departments and heads of migratory schools along with staff.
Another 41 schools for tribal population would remain stationary which will cater to 1,451 students including 802 boy students and 651 girl students where 95 teachers have been posted, the spokesman said.indiatoday