Significant changes will be brought in the education sector: Madhya Pradesh CM Chouhan

Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that concrete steps will be taken soon to improve the educational scenario in Madhya Pradesh. With a view to fulfill the actual objectives of education and to prepare students for employment after acquiring education, efforts will be made for better implementation of the new education policy in Madhya Pradesh. Efforts will be made to change the educational scenario in a positive way. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that commendable work has been done under “Hamara ghar, hamara Vidyalaya” in Madhya Pradesh during Corona period. Teachers deserve to be congratulated for this. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was interacting with the teachers community today through video conference.

Efforts for better implementation of new education policy in Madhya Pradesh

Efforts will be made for better implementation of the new education policy announced by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in Madhya Pradesh. Preparations have been made for implementation after extensive discussion related to education under the road map prepared for Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh,. Vocational education which will start from Class VI will be useful for the students throughout their lives. Efforts will also be made to hold discussion on starting new schools, so that there is one school between 10 to 12 villages, where bus facility will be available for commuting. Apart from a library, skilled teachers will teach music, dance, yoga and Indian culture. Efforts will be made to ensure 100 percent placement of students and to remove unemployment. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that there are immense possibilities of improvement in the field of education which will be realized.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that efforts will be made to enhance respect for teachers. Legal provisions will be made for reforms related to tuition fees by private schools and to ensure that teachers are not exploited. Much work has been done in the past years to improve system of education.

Congratulating teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that, Teachers’ Day is the birthday of Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, the great teacher, nurturer of Indian culture, one who adorned the post of President. Offering tributes to Dr. Radhakrishnan, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan greeted and congratulated all the teachers who received the national and state level awards.

Government schools do not lag behind in any case

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that he himself has acquired education in a government school. Education acquired at the primary level is useful throughout life. Chief Minister Chouhan also remembered his teacher Shri Ratanchand Jain. Shri Chouhan said that the three main objectives of education are the knowledge, skill and culture of citizenship in acquiring which government schools have also proved successful. Many government schools have acquired better results than private schools for which these institutions deserve congratulations.

Education Minister Shri Inder Singh Parmar also addressed the virtual programme. Principal Secretary Smt. Rashmi Arun Shami, Commissioner Public Education Smt. Jayashree Kiyawat were also present on the occasion.