Student Islamic Organization of India, Maharashtra North Zone, submitted memorandum to various district collectors and municipal commissioner of Maharashtra North Zone and demanded effective implementation of survey plan to be conducted by government of Maharashtra on 4th july 2015 under recent government resolution regarding counting of out of school students in Maharashtra. Approximately 5 lakh children of 6-14 years age are out of schools in Maharashtra but government does not have any record of that. Br. Athar Husain, District organizer Amravati demanded that survey should be conducted at least 3 working days with all the government officials being fair to their work. Also govt. should accommodate other NGO’s working in the field of education.Dr. Adnanul Haque Khan (PR & Media Secretary SIO MNZ) said that govt should make sufficient use of media, social media, public gathering, rallies etc to create awareness among the masses and ensure productivity of Educational survey.
SIO MNZ extended their full support as a helping hand to the administration in the implementation of the RTE plans as this is the much needed step required for the development of country.
SIO submitted memorandum to Amravati District Collector and Miniciple commissioner, to Nagpur District Collector and to Akola District Collector.