Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami announced, will give free coaching to poor students

Poverty and weak economic condition will no longer come in the way of preparing for competitive examinations of the students of the state. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami announced to start Mukhyamantri Utthan Yojana to help such students.
Under this, free coaching facility will be available for competitive examinations of administrative services, military services as well as medical and engineering. Along with this, the Gyankosh scheme will also be started.
In this, digital and offline rich libraries will be established in each district. Along with youth and students preparing for competitive examinations, teachers and local communities will also be able to use the libraries.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami made these important announcements on Monday at the Uttarakhand Employment Fair at Chief Sevak Sadan, CM’s residence.
He said that under the Mukhyamantri Utthan Yojana, online study material, offline classes, exam-related courses, question bank facilities will be made available to the students in free coaching. This scheme will be helpful for the youth and students who are deprived of preparing for competitive exams due to poverty.
On the other hand, in the Gyankosh scheme, the government will set up a rich library in each district using departmental hostels, ashram method schools and departmental establishments.
In these, a contact center will be created enlisting qualified, experienced and professional lecturers. These will solve thematic problems related to competitive exams. In order to make full use of the libraries, the expert committee will review the list of experts, arrangement of books, necessary facilities.

Review being done in 15 days to fill the vacant posts:
The Chief Minister said that an innovative employment fair is being started for the unemployed youth in the state. The government wants to provide more and more employment opportunities to the youth so that they can be empowered.
He said that continuous efforts are going on to fill the vacant posts in government departments. Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi is reviewing it every 15 days. The Chief Minister said that the future of any state and nation is built in schools. Only a good teacher shapes this future.

Integration will be done from primary to inter in cluster model schools
Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat said that 1000 cluster model schools are being built for the quality of education. In these, cluster schools will be established by connecting primary, upper primary and intermediate schools together within three km limit.

With this, the shortage of teachers in the schools will be removed, along with they will be made resourceful. Students coming to cluster schools will be given Rs 100 per day as rent.

Selected schools will get 1.5 crore in PMShri scheme
He informed that 270 schools across the state have been selected under the PMShri scheme. In these, from infrastructure works to library, furniture, smart classes and all facilities and education, the central government will give an amount of 1.5 to 2 crores.

The Education Minister said that the state government is providing text books, note books, school uniforms, school bags and shoes free of cost to 17 lakh students studying in government schools. In the near future, the government will also give the benefit of this scheme to the students of aided non-government schools.

Will give scholarship from 600 to 3000 rupees
Dr. Rawat said that scholarship ranging from Rs.600 to Rs.3000 will be given to the students who get more than 60 percent marks in class VI to XII. For this, the Chief Minister’s Meritorious Scholarship Scheme will be started soon.
The Education Minister told that the Central Government is giving an amount of five crores each to each DIET. In this, special training will be given for teachers under NEP. Along with this, parents will also be given training in the interest of the students. Rs 6.23 crore has been released for 799 Anganwadi centers running in the premises of government schools.
On March 27, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami will inaugurate the Vidya Samiksha Kendra in the Directorate General of Education. Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi, Director General of Education Banshidhar Tiwari, Director of Secondary Education Seema Jaunsari and officials of the Education Department were present on the occasion.

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