about the importance of children education paragraph article by Anjali Choudhury, a columnist for The Hindu.

She is a writer, educator and mother of two children, and has written extensively about the impact of India’s National Child Education Scheme.

This article, in her words, is about the significance of children’s education and the need for more education for all.

The government of India, in its most recent budget, proposed a programme to improve the quality of education in the country.

The budget allocated an additional Rs 1.9 lakh crore for the scheme.

It was in this year’s budget that the government announced that the National Child Development Fund will be increased from Rs 3.9 to Rs 6.2 lakh crore, in the same budget, in a bid to address the child poverty problem in India.

The funding increase is a good one.

The country has already spent over Rs 100 billion on the National Education Mission.

The funding will enable the government to provide more education and opportunities for children, in order to better equip them for a brighter future.

In a world where we live in a world of inequality and a world that is full of injustice, the government of a country with a GDP of around $2.5 trillion can make a huge difference.

But it does not come at the cost of children.

We need more children education and to ensure that children have a better future, it is important to ensure children have access to the best education possible.

India’s National Childhood Education Scheme is one of the most successful programmes in the world, and it has brought a lot of positive changes to children’s lives.

Children are a crucial resource in society and we must invest in them, irrespective of where they live.

It is the job of all governments to ensure the highest possible level of education for children.

The current focus on education in India, despite the fact that there are more than 2.5 billion children under the age of 15, is not working.

Why has the funding for the programme been increased?

The scheme has had an impact.

It has resulted in better quality education and has provided more opportunities for parents to choose a child’s education.

If the government were to invest in the child, the impact would be much greater.

India has one of most high-performing child development indices in the developed world.

India is also a country where many parents work long hours, often at night and sometimes in the cold.

These hours of work can be exhausting for the children.

When they are able to leave their homes at night, they will be at the playground, playing or eating in a warm environment.

They will be learning and doing the same activities that they enjoyed growing up.

So, the funding increase, coupled with the increase in the age range of the children, will help the government in improving the child’s quality of life and their future in the Indian educational system.

Where does the money go?

As per the 2014-15 National Child Survey, the average age of the poorest children in the nation was 13.8 years.

For the top one percent of the population, the age at which they attained literacy was 26.5 years.

In the country as a whole, the percentage of children in poor schools increased from 6.3 percent in 2012-13 to 9.2 percent in 2015-16.

The average age at graduation from primary school was 25.4 years.

There are a lot more kids who have not reached primary school age.

They are still going to school, even though they do not have the opportunity to get a primary school education.

The government of the day needs to increase the funding of education to enable the children to have a brighter, better life.