Madhya Pradesh has initiated the establishment of 9,000 ‘CM Rise’ schools to ensure quality education and fostering innovation for students of all backgrounds.
The government of Madhya Pradesh has announced its intention to establish 9,000 ‘CM Rise’ schools across the state in order to enhance the quality of education. During his visit to Shajapur district, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan unveiled this plan. He inaugurated a CM Rise School in Gulana village, which will be named after the esteemed jurist and social reformer, Babasaheb Ambedkar, as a tribute to his contributions.
The government is also revitalizing the ‘School Chale Hum’ campaign, which was originally initiated by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee 23 years ago. This campaign aims to promote education and increase school enrollment throughout the state.
In these CM Rise schools, priority will be given to providing quality education through the integration of ‘smart classes.’ These technologically advanced classrooms will allow students to learn from teachers hailing from Delhi and Mumbai, granting them access to excellent educational resources. Additionally, the schools will be equipped with modern laboratories, sports grounds, and other essential facilities to create an optimal learning environment.
To empower students, the government plans to establish Atal Tinkering Labs in these schools. These labs will foster innovation and creativity among students, providing them with opportunities to explore and develop their skills. Furthermore, the government will award laptops to meritorious students as part of a state government scheme.
The Madhya Pradesh government is dedicated to eliminating obstacles to education by providing resources and support to students. Initiatives such as providing cycles, dresses, midday meals, scooties, and fee coverage for deserving students are being implemented.