Bhopal: Children of Kol and Mavasi tribe of Satna district need not go far now from their village Batohi to pursue studies. In compliance to the directives of the Chief Minister Kamal Nath, a primary school will come into existence for 51 children of this tribal dominated village.
The Batohi village consisting of about 50 houses comes under the Majhgavan block of Chitrakoot Nagar Panchayat. About 250 families of Kol and Mawasi tribes reside in this village. Owing to the absence of school facility in the village, children had to travel 2 kilometres to Ansuiyya village for studies. Ansuiyya village is a tourist place. These children used to be very irregular in attending school. Even some children had started working as labourers.
Vinod Singh, the teacher of the Chitrakoot Primary School says that when he came in contact with the children, he was told that village does not have any school facility. He talked to the children’s families and motivated them to start a school in their village itself. According to Vinod Singh, a temporary school was established with the help of some active and conscious minded journalists Manish Pandey, Alok Mishra and farmer Kamlesh Pandey of Pathra Pal village along with the villagers.
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