Education is a necessary. The majority of schools in the state are affiliated with the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (also known as the U.P. board) and offer English or Hindi as a medium of instruction. However, there are also schools affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) that offer English as a medium of instruction.
The state government of Uttar Pradesh’s new education system aims to give free education to all kids until they reach the 12th grade or intermediate level. Parents will be encouraged to send their children to school rather than engage them in child labor under the scheme.
Uttar Pradesh has a literacy rate of 67.68 percent, according to census data from 2011. Only 114,397,555 people in the state are literate out of a total population of 199,812,341.
All India Mahila Employment Party is focused on helping improve the numbers of literacy in the state of Uttar Pradesh. They are determined to make every girl child get educated. Nowhera Shaik being the founder and from a Muslim community, has seen how people, especially girls, are suffering from no education or way of life for a brighter future. She is determined to help in every way possible. This is one of the main reasons for her to join politics and form this political party.
Every government school must provide a high-quality education. High schools should be established in every village with more than 2000 people and every district with a population of at least 4000 people. For the establishment of educational institutions, a public-private partnership is being introduced. Schemes will be implemented to reduce school and college dropouts. Smart classrooms are being implemented in schools. To make English a compulsory subject in all state educational institutions. They are providing facilities to minorities, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, and other backward classes for them to construct educational institutions of their choosing.
Modern and revolutionary approaches, focusing on audio-visual learning, are being introduced into schools and universities. Introduction of media and mass communication courses in higher education institutions to help students grasp the intricacies of advertising and marketing agencies and business, consumer behavior/psychology, media planning, and digital media buying. Students living in poverty receive free education from kindergarten to graduate school. The fee reimbursement for students living below the poverty threshold in all professional courses. Establish vocational and job-oriented centers in each district to encourage students to enroll in vocational and job-oriented programs.
Waiver of educational loans provided to students; provision of laptops or tablets with internet access using 4G technology with a monthly data limit of 10 GB at no cost to students from low-income families. Aiding our young in these areas will only help our country achieve greater heights.