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A fresh learning curve

Jhajjar shows off its learning outcomes as proof of concept

Sonal Goel, the deputy commissioner in Jhajjar, not only drops in personally to observe the teaching in government schools in her district almost every day, she also holds fortnightly meetings to review the progress of Sakshaman initiative of the Manohar Lal Khattar government

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