Panchayat leaders have been ordered to reduce school dropout rates.

Only 82 out of every 100 students enrolled in primary schools reach Class X, while 18 lose out . The panchayat chiefs should raise the profile of education among the students and their parents .

Ranchi, India: Officer Virendra Kumar Choubey, a district panchayati raj officer, called on Thursday to encourage the panchayat's leaders to reduce the number of students enrolled in government schools.The district unit of the Jharkhand Education Project Council organized the workshop, which took place in 305 panchayat chiefs.Choubey said, Unfortunately, only 82 out of every 100 students enrolled in primary schools reach Class X, while 18 lose out.As students finish primary school and must apply to middle school, the greatest number of students dropouts occurs in Class VI.The panchayat chiefs should raise the profile of education among the students and their parents who live in areas under their control, according to Kaushal Kishor, the additional district program officer.

A proper monitoring will allow us to be aware of our flaws and remedy those that have been addressed by the mayor of Broreya panchayat, Soma Oraon, said, We understand the need to implement awareness campaigns to reduce the school dropout rate among the people, and We will do our best to ensure that no one leaves school without attending.