Nitin Namdev, Raipur. We gave an amount of 1200 crores to fix the schools. 1500 crore more will be required. There is a need to have a clean environment where the children are studying. Schools should look clean and nice, for this there will be no shortage of funds. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said this in the Shala Pravesh Utsav program organized at JN Pandey School.
On the beginning of the new academic session in the state, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel welcomed the children by applying tilak at the school entrance ceremony organized at JN Pandey School. On this occasion, Chief Minister Baghel while congratulating everyone at the school entrance festival said that after the exams, people wait for the summer vacation. After the vacations are over, everyone waits to go to school and meet friends and teachers.
Seeing the heat this time, I talked to the education minister and Alok Shukla and asked them to extend the vacation for 10 days. After that the weather changed. I congratulate and wish everyone on this day. It was started in this school in 1864, it will be the only school, which has given 4-4 Chief Ministers, many officers. A budget of 10 crores has been given for the school. Start working, will do whatever it takes.
Chief Minister Baghel said that all facilities have been provided in Swami Atmanand School. Today 377 English and 350 Hindi medium Swami Atmanand schools have been established in the state, soon 1000 thousand schools will be taxed. Earlier in Bastar Naxalites had blown up the schools. Today we have passed a proposal to construct 28 new buildings in those Naxalite affected areas.
The Chief Minister said that our government was formed in 2018. Teachers have been recruited. From today 4318 Balwadis have been started. The survivors of the poor should also get an opportunity. The applications that have come in this, those that came out in the lottery, only those applications should be admitted. Rules should be followed not by approach. Education Minister Dr. Premsai Tekam along with Raipur Corporation Mayor Ejaz Dhebar, MLA Kuldeep Juneja, Mahant Ramsundar Das and Chief Secretary Dr. Alok Shukla were present in the program.