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The minister said she will "definitely take it up with the Central government", to see if any uniformity can be brought on fixing the age for entry level in schools across the country.
She said it is her personal belief that three years is "too young" for a child to start attending formal school and that they should not "rush into it".
"I have had discussions with psychologists and experts and I believe that to begin schooling at four years is better than three," Walia said.
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