Girls Community Schools

The Elementary & Secondary Education Foundation establishes Girls Community Schools to serve “out-of-schools” children belonging to families lacking access to educational opportunities. These schools are established in those areas where government is not providing schooling facility. Girls Community Schools are located in a room donated by community members. A teacher from community teaches and Village Education Committee manages the schools activities. They follow the primary school curriculum, and the government provides free textbooks and teaching resources, and pays teachers’ honorarium.


1976

Schools

2745

Teachers

80896

Girls Students

44893

Boys Students

125815

Total Enrolment


Process of Establishment


Establishment Criteria

For establishment of Girls Community School the criteria are;

  1. No government girls primary school at a radius of .75km in plain area and 0.50 km in hilly area
  2. Proposed teacher must be local with the qualification of F.A/F.Sc. or equivalent.
  3. Space will be provided by the community.
  4. At least 25 enrollment