Sindhulimadhi, June 5
The Child Development Centers (CDC) at remote areas have become effective in providing an environment of learning and studying to the children. A total of 391 CDCs are operating at district with a motive to enroll the children of three to four years of age and encourage them for setting the school going habit.
According to District Education Office, those CDCs have been operating at district for the past last nine years.
Now at CDC has been running classes for a total of 7, 820 children, Nabraj Baral, the DEO officer informed.
The DEO has distributed the quotas of CDCs to secondary and lower secondary schools of district as per the priority list. Baral informed that the office has distributed 15 quotas of classes for this year. Many CDCs have been changed into primary schools after operating classes for some time.
At these centres, children have been studying for two hours and have been involved in extra curricular activities in leisure time.