In a significant stride towards enhancing the quality of education, infrastructure, and student welfare in Haryana, the state has chosen 3,893 schools for up-gradation under a central government project. These selected schools were carefully identified based on specific performance criteria, signifying a promising future for education in the region.
The selection process involved a meticulous evaluation of schools in seven key domains, as defined by the central ministry. This strategic approach ensured that schools excelling in various aspects of education and student well-being were prioritized.
To kickstart this transformation, a substantial budget of Rs. 8526.76 lakh has been allocated to support 124 PM SHRI schools in the initial phase. This financial infusion will enable these schools to improve their educational facilities, infrastructure, and overall educational experience for students.
Recognizing the importance of holistic development, the government has embarked on several initiatives to enrich students’ educational journeys. Educational trips to prestigious institutions such as ISRO and Science City are being organized to enhance students’ scientific knowledge on a national level. Additionally, students are being educated about cybercrimes and financial literacy, equipping them with essential life skills.
To further promote girls’ education, Interaction Sessions with Local Role Models have been initiated for students in classes 6th to 12th. Under the Girls Empowerment program, an amount of Rs. 84.92 lakh has been allocated for 1,544 Elementary schools and Rs. 51.5 lakh for 1,030 Secondary schools.
The government is committed to ensuring inclusive education for all. Currently, 21,111 differently-abled students are enrolled across 119 blocks in 22 districts in Haryana. To provide the necessary support, 373 Special Educators are actively working to enhance the welfare and education of these students.
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