In order to provide quality education to the tribal children of Jammu and Kashmir J&K administration recently has roped in an education provider firm from Japan and has signed a MOU with them.
According to the J&K government it would be a partnership programme in the education sector with Japan and very soon in the many pockets of tribal population in Jammu and Kashmir children would be given education through this programme.
Official spokesman in Srinagar disclosed that Chief Executive Officer, Takanobu Tanaka from Shin Japan has held several meetings and they were all so far consultative meetings.
Apart from these initiatives for the innovative education for the tribal children in Jammu and Kashmir, the Tribal Affairs Department has already started Eklavya Model Residential Schools in the catchment areas of tribal population.
Government of JK has said that in the past few months he has ensured that migratory seasonal schools remain functional in the meadows of Jammu and Kashmir when the Gujjar and Bakarwals migrate from one place to another with cattle.
Under the partnership programme in education with Japan, capacity building of teachers has also been included, so that the teachers are also exposed to the new innovative methods of education before imparting the education on the children of tribal’s.