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(From The Times of India)
Byline: Rashme Sehgal
NEW DELHI: Fifty students huddled together in a makeshift school in Debitola block of Dhubri district in Assam are part of a single-teacher village school which has been in existence for fifteen years.
The school, however, has received absolutely no aid from the state government. The teacher functions without a salary. The school comes under the category of the Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha's Lokshal Programme for the Universalisation of Elementary Education, under which a school can be started by any individual.
The teacher is running the school in the hope that some day, it may get recognition …