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2) Recently it was found out that a total of 688 government primary schools in Karnataka had no students and 9,503 government schools in the State had 20 or less children studying in them. Many other states in India face similar situation too. Examine the reasons behind this trend and suggest measures to increase enrolment in government schools.

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2) Recently it was found out that a total of 688 government primary schools in Karnataka had no students and  9,503 government schools in the State had 20 or less children studying in them. Many other states in India face similar situation too. Examine the reasons behind this trend and suggest measures to increase enrolment in government schools. (200 Words)

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