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Villages of Bhanot

Allah Bux Bilal

This is a village of 2000 houses. Out of 103 children aged between 3 & 5, only 70 are going to school. 65% children get admission in the middle school of Bhanot. In this school, there are 75 girl students. There are 5 teachers in the school and all are attending the school. 60% population is farmers, 38% are cattle workers, and however 2% people are in service sector. 80% men are educated and 40% women are educated. Average income of a household is Rs.3000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

Aman Abro

This village is comprised of 600 houses. Out of 40 children aged between 3 & 5, only 17 are going to school. 6 students take admission every year in the middle school. 7 girl students are found in the school. There are two teachers appointed by the government in the school, both attend the school. 50% people are farmers and 50% are cattle workers. 40% men are educated and 0% women are educated. Average income of the household is Rs.2000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

Bachal Rajar

There are 250 houses in this village. Out of 20 children aged between 3 & 5, 13 are going to school. 6 children are getting admission in the middle school every year. There are 22 girl students in this school and 2 teachers, who both attend the school. Only 20% men are educated in this village and 2% women are educated. The average income of the household is Rs.2000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

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Bhanot

It is a big village of 7000 houses. Out of 200 children aged between 3 & 5, 150 children are going to school. 100% children get the admission in the middle school because there is a middle school in the village. There is a separate girls school, where almost 75% girls go to the school. 50% population is farmers, 48% are cattle workers and 2% are in service sector. Average income of the household is Rs.3000/- and no school is occupied by the landlord.

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