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Weekly review will be made now through video conferencing in order to bring improvement in Board Examination results.
School Education Department has made a comprehensive programme to impart training to teachers before the academic session begins. For this Science and Maths teachers have been chosen as source experts.
A cash reward of Rs. 20 thousand will be presented to first winner team. Moreover, a cash reward of Rs. 15 thousand, Rs. 10 thousand and Rs. 5 thousand with consolation prizes will be presented to second, third and fourth runner up teams respectively.
An outline should be prepared to hold seminars, kavi sammelan and other activities in Universities and Colleges for promotion of Hindi language.
Chief Minister Skill Development and Koushalya Yojana will be started together with the campaign.
Students should be creative and they should take help of sports, library, training and other activities for personality development.
It was informed that V.I.T. University is establishing a university in Madhya Pradesh, the academic session of which will commence this year.
Campaign should be started with full preparations. Link public representatives and social organisations with the campaign. Also include children of Prime Minister Skill Development Centres in the campaign.
Under the Sarvashiksha Abhiyan, free text books will be distributed in class 1 to 8 of Government Primary and Middle Schools of the state in the academic session 2017-18.
There is provision for two teachers for 60 students, 3 teachers for 61 to 90 students, 4 teachers for 91 to 120 students, 5 teachers for 121 to 200 students and one Head Master in primary schools.
The entrance exam for these schools would now be held on April 9 from 9.45 in the morning to 1.15 in the afternoon. The amendment in the examination date has been made due to unforeseen reasons.
Members of the Committee suggested that help from urban and panchayat bodies should be taken for toilets and other basic facilities in government schools.
National Flag hoisting has been made mandatory in government schools to fortify feeling of patriotism among the children.
The state government has taken a decision to make National Flag hoisting mandatory everyday in all the middle, high and higher secondary schools of the state. The School Education department has issued directives in this regard.
A two-day 62nd career fair was organized through Swami Vivekananda Career Guidance Scheme. This year total 65 fairs are being organized through which more than 6700 placements have been made.
From this year onwards the number of awards is being increased. From now on, the subject on which ten research papers are presented, any one of these will be awarded Rs 25,000.
Two new departments of Study of Language Sciences Department and Department of Cultural Studies will soon be established in the Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism and Communication.
The total increase, 2,046 seats are in medical colleges. Looking at the need to increase PG seats in clinical subjects, the Government had decided to amend the teacher student ratio in clinical subjects in government medical colleges. This change alone has resulted in the creation of 1,137 extra seats in 71 colleges.
Vocational curriculum would be started in all colleges that will impart education to youths for employment. He said that now the traditional degree would not be enough. There is no dearth of young talent; the youth will now have to display their talent in the race for competition.
It may be mentioned that good arrangements have been made by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education for Board Examinations. Around 50 thousand teachers and non-teaching employees connected with the board examinations have been insured of Rs. 2 lakh each.
The Chief Minister asked the students to focus on time management and be confident. Advising them to stay away from negative thoughts, He said that stress and tension hinder the display of knowledge and talent. Do not worry about your result. What is more important is one’s best efforts should be put in with full honesty.
Sanskrit Sansthan to make special efforts for imparting training of pundit to women and girls. A proposal for renewal of 14 new Sanskrit schools, 154 old Sanskrit schools, colleges and non-government schools was also approved in the meeting.
Emphasising on need for transparency and refurbishment as per the present era in higher education sector, Pawayya said that permission cannot be given to the private universities only on the basis of investment.
Suggestions should be taken from the teachers to improve quality of education. Those who have extended their support in the Mil-Banche Madhya Pradesh Abhiyan will be thanked.
Sharing his experience of teaching, Chouhan said that he was very happy to be get the opportunity to become a teacher and tell stories and solve Math problems. Children took a pledge to do good work in life. If children are taught by narrating such stories, they can do miracles.
He appealed all youths of the state that they should make their former school better by becoming partner with the state government. He said that the State Government wants to make this successful with public participation.
All preparations should be made for high school and higher secondary examinations. All efforts should be made for curbing copying at examination centres. Sensitive and hyper sensitive examination centres should be identified. Police force should be deployed as per requirement.
There is a need to make efforts by forming strategy. He said that he wants that this institute should be named after former assembly speaker late Ishwardas Rohani.
'Mil-Banche Madhya Pradesh' programme. Persons interested in the programme will motivate children for reading of books along with textbooks by visiting government primary and middle schools in the state on February 18. They will read out portion of Hindi book and motivate children to read them also. Educational dialogue will be held after this with children. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, ministers, different public representatives, officers, employees and other intellectual persons and youths have come forward to participate in the programme.
India was known 60 years ago as a developing country and still it is today even known as a developing country. This status should be changed. India should be known as developed country in the world. Youths can do it because we have over 50 percent population of youths.
Future of the country depends on youths. Hence, he believes that students should not only pursue studies for themselves, their families and for their career but they should also have sentiments and responsibilities towards nation and society.
Objective of the education is to develop professional, intellectual and emotional capabilities in human beings. Moreover the basic aim of the education is to make efforts to bring happiness in the life of pained, victimized, weak and helpless persons.
The applications for new madarsa can be made at the M.P. Online portal’s kiosk till March 7, 2017. Other information in this context can be obtained from the Madarsa Board office.
Children from Class I itself were provided an opportunity to read, narrate and hear stories through the Kahani Utsav. The Utsav was celebrated in one lakh 14 thousand government schools of the School Education Department.
Treatment of cancer is possible now which used to frightened earlier. Misconception about cancer has been eliminated.
Government will meet the expenses incurred on the education of talented and bright children. He said that bright students should get the opportunity to exhibit their talents. Students learn the lesson of patriotism through the N.C.C and National Service Scheme.
Bridge has shown interest to run few primary schools of the state on Private-Public Partnership (PPP) model. Under the model, arrangements of teachers and other management works in the selected schools will be undertaken by the NGO.
School students will be made aware of archeological important heritage during the programme. Principals of all government, non-government schools of Bhopal have been told to arrange their students' visit to the state museum in Bhopal.
State government has provided free books, scholarship, free cycles, hostels beside other better facilities for the education of the SC and ST students. Lap tops and smart phones will be provided to the students of these categories on securing 75 percent marks in class 12 examination and on getting admission in the colleges respectively.
This fully equipped modern hostel has been built at a cost of Rs. One crore 94 lakh.
In order to make #pratibhaparva evaluation as per the International Standard, action is being initiated for study of Hindi, Maths, Science and Environment in class 3, 5 and 8 with the cooperation of #UNICEF as per the norms of National Achievement Survey.
Club should be formed by selecting students of 6, 7, and 8 classes in government school. Maximum 50 students will be included in a club. After formation of the club, one group leader will be appointed who will work as organizing coordinator. Remaining students will be called cooperative environment friends.
Teachers always hold important and respectable position in the society. Children develop their personalities watching their teachers. He told the teachers to fortify sentiments in children constantly to serve the needy persons.
Under the Pratibha Parva, points like school arrangements, academic evaluation, to hold Balk Sabhas and to honour children have been fixed. On the first and second day of the parva, academic quality of the children will be evaluated. On third day Bal Sabha will be organized in the form of Anand Utsav.
Group Surya-Namaskar will be held from 9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. on Yuva Diwas i.e. January 12 in academic institutions, colleges, gram panchayats and residential schools. All the participants will gather at 9.00 a.m.
Attendance of students should be uploaded on web portal daily. Parents and students would get information about regular attendance. The arrangement would remove problems in forwarding examination forms.
Fee to be borne by Government to Pursue Further Studies after Selection in National Level Examinations, CM Chouhan’s Announcement in Antyodaya Mela.
It is informed that students uniform’s design has been prepared by the designers. Uniform will be provided to students of class 1 to 8th through self-help groups. Moreover, it is informed that free cycles are being provided to around 6 lakh 75 thousand students of class 6th and 9th in this academic session.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided on Tuesday to make the exam compulsory in its schools, doing away with a policy formed five years ago that offered a choice to students to opt for the boards or let the institution assess their performance.