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In various places of Golaghat district Girl Child education is in stake. Six critical areas were identified with elevated out-of-school girl child. These areas are mostly inhabited by the tea garden labourer communities.
Four issues hindering girls’ education here
1.    Burden of sibling care and household score
2.    Consideration of girls education as an wastage
3.    Relating education with employment and
4.    Domestic help in the form
One week’s residential training and rehearsal was conducted of 27 artists directed by Sawpunjyoti Thakur. The inauguration of the performances was on 8th March 2009 to commemorate The International Women’s Day in Dighalipam Kailaghat village.Communities are mobilized in six other places tooThey are Badulipara TE with 70 drop outs in Golaghat Central BlockDooria TE in Kathalguri GP with 69 drop outs in Golaghat Central BlockChingphura in Mokrong GP with 61 drop outs in Golaghat East BlockMissamora Bagan in Pachim Missamora GP in Golaghat North BlockNaharkhana Gaon in Tengani GP in Golaghat South Block andDiffaloo Pathar inThe script
The theater script is composed of 4 stories with fillers between any two stories. The performance starts with a Jhumur dance and song. This worked as a prelude, to settle the audience around the performance area. Immediately after this the first story starts. Pub Kaziranga GP in Golaghat West Block
In seven different places of Golaghat district the street theater ‘Puharar Bate Bate’ was conducted covering 5 academic blocks. of Child labourA script was prepared to highlight the issues. Language is tuned with adivasi accent. Jhumur and Madol Beats are used for greater acceptance. Child artists’ were planned to involve to make the emotions realistic.
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In various places of Golaghat district Girl Child education is in stake. Six critical areas were identified with elevated out-of-school girl child. These areas are mostly inhabited by the tea garden labourer communities.
Four issues hindering girls’ education here

1. Burden of sibling care and household score
2. Consideration of girls education as an wastage
3. Relating education with employment and
4. Domestic help in the form of Child labour

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