274 CM Rise Schools started, become the center of attraction

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that operating 274 CM Rise schools in the state and enrolling 2 lakh 40 thousand 818 students in these schools in a short period is a proud achievement of the state government .

The atmosphere of CM Rise schools attracts parents and students. Maintaining this attractiveness, ensuring quality education, especially development and preparing students for the future is the big challenge. The state government, teachers and parents will meet this challenge with a team spirit. CM Chouhan said that he himself will write letters to teachers and parents of students at CM Rise schools to motivate them. Chief Minister Chouhan was reviewing the school education department in Mantralaya. Minister of School Education (Independent Charge) Inder Singh Parmar, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Principal Secretary of School Education Rashmi Arun Shami and officers from the department were present.

Chouhan said our goal is to enhance the learning ability and concept understanding of students in the state. The activities of the Department of School Education should be carried out with the aim of maximum enrollment in schools, regular and continuous attendance of students and continuous improvement in the quality of education.

It was informed that for the operation of CM Rise schools, effective training of selected teachers and headteachers has been carried out alongside the training of principals and vice principals. Paintings based on the theme of the game were made for the beautification of CM Rise schools and to make the classrooms interesting. Councils on vision, mission and values ​​have been implemented in schools. To increase the attractiveness towards the schools, admission parties have been organised. Digital classrooms, well-equipped libraries, rich labs, and high-level facilities have been provided at CM Rise schools. Various activities have also been undertaken to change the academic atmosphere of the schools.

During the meeting, briefings were given on the implementation of the National Education Policy-2020, Roadmap for Autonomous Madhya Pradesh, ongoing activities to address central government priorities. Education and teaching-learning materials, developed for Anganwadis, were presented. It was said that a 5-day training was given to 80,000 primary and guest teachers. Ongoing activities are carried out for teacher training policy and capacity building. The process of recruiting 7 thousand 429 primary school teachers is underway in the state. The academic upgrading program is implemented based on the analysis of the results of the fifth and eighth classes.

He was informed that the Super 100 program for JEE, NEET and CA is ongoing in Bhopal and Indore. In this, 75 students qualified in JEE Mains, 21 in JEE Advanced and 75 in NEET. A free AI-based career counseling program is underway with the country’s leading organization, ICS Lucknow. In this, guidance is provided to students and their parents to make the right career and subject choice based on the student’s interest, attitude, skill and market demand.

It was informed that 52 students from public schools in the state have been admitted by the Vellore Institute of Technology under the “Sahyog Yojana for Rural Students” under STARS. 17 students from public schools participated in the prestigious Word Power Championship held in Mumbai and 688 students were selected in the Techbee program of HCL Company. All these selected students will become employees of HCL company after the training

Keith P. Plain