Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that under the new education policy, system of vocational education is being made from Class VI. Quality education is must for the creation of Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh. CM Rise schools with adequate number of teachers, labs, libraries and play grounds will be started within a radius of 20 to 25 kilometers in the state. Buses will be arranged for transportation of students from nearby areas. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing students of all schools in the state through the state level virtual programme under the Integrated Scholarship Scheme.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan transferred more than Rs 326 crore 25 lakhs to the accounts of over 13 lakh 80 thousand students of Classes IX to XII through a single click in the programme organized at Mantralaya. Minister of Tribal Affairs and Scheduled Castes Welfare Sushri Meena Singh, Minister of State for School Education Shri Inder Singh Parmar, Minister of State for Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare (Independent Charge) Shri Ramkhelavan Patel were present in the programme.
Role of teachers in Corona period commendable – CM Shri Chouhan
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the values of knowledge, skill and citizenship are the objectives of education. We benefit from this knowledge tradition accumulated over generations. Skill makes us capable of livelihood management and the values of honesty, diligence, dutifulness, strong character and patriotism are cultivated through the values of citizenship. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan told the students that hard work is essential for success by setting a target. One should be enthusiastic during the exam and must not be stressful. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan appreciated the continuous efforts made by the teachers in the difficult circumstances of the Corona period to overcome the academic difficulties of the students online.
Distribution of 27 types of scholarships
In the Integrated Scholarship Scheme, an amount of more than Rs 326 crore 25 lakh of 27 types of scholarships of five departments was transferred through single click to the accounts of more than 13 lakh 80 thousand students. In this, scholarship amount was transferred to the accounts of 1 lakh 30 thousand 628 students of School Education Department, 4 lakh 78 thousand 825 of Scheduled Castes Welfare Department, 4 lakh 32 thousand 484 of Tribal Affairs Department, 2 thousand 896 of Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribal Welfare Department and 3 lakh 35 thousand 413 students of Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Department.
One must work hard to come first– CM Shri Chouhan interacts with students
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also interacted with students attending the state level virtual programme. Sushri Reena of Peepal Kota village of Jhabua said that she wants to do social service by becoming a doctor. On his experiences during Corona period Shri Omprakash of Katni told Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, that he wishes to prepare for NDA and join the Army. Kareena of Balaghat told about her resolution to achieve her goal through a Sanskrit shloka, that meant that only hard work can result in accomplishments, not by mere desire. She wishes to make civil service her career. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan told Kareena that if she wants to top she should work hard. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan interacted with Akash Shivhare of Shivpuri, Arjun Munda and Sanjana Gond of Damoh. Principal Secretary School Education Smt. Rashmi Arun Shami, Principal Secretary Tribal Affairs and Scheduled Tribes Welfare Smt. Pallavi Jain Govil and Commissioner Public Instructions Smt. Jaishri Kiyawat were present in the programme.