How to help a child’s parents learn more about their child’s education

The government has set up a website where parents can access data on the education outcomes of their children, which is part of the Government’s efforts to improve child education.

The site is a “specialised toolkit”, which will allow parents to identify how well their children are performing in school and to compare the results of different classes, the National Commission for Scheduled Caste (NCSC) said in a statement.

The NCCSC has been working for several years to ensure that children in the Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) are educated in the best manner possible.

This initiative will allow the parents to get an understanding of the education that their children have got, which will be very helpful in their decision-making process in terms of choosing the best education option for their child.

The website will provide parents with the information on the performance of the children in different classes in various schools and colleges across the country.

It will also provide parents and teachers with data on children’s achievement, child’s higher educational performance and child’s lower education performance.

The National Commission on Scheduled Scheduled Child (NCSSC) had launched a similar website last year, and the parents can view the data on their child and view the progress in education for all their children in a given class.

The aim of the website is to “make it easier for parents to choose the best educational option for a child”, the NCCSC said.

The initiative comes after the NSSC had recently set up an online portal that can be used by parents to access data about their children’s educational progress.

The portal has already been used by over 50 lakh parents to track their childrens progress in the NSCs and STs.

The NCSSC website was launched on December 13, and has now become available for users to download.

The website includes data about the performance in the primary and secondary education of all children in India.