PM took one step towards the future of students


Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a decision to make the future of the students bright, on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on Monday he announced the PM SHRI scheme, Under this scheme, new schools will be built and existing ones will be upgraded to keep up with the National Education Policy, 2020 (NEP) upgradation of 14,500 schools across the country and ₹27, 360 crore for it for five years,”Maximum two schools…[one elementary, one secondary/senior secondary] would be selected per block across India.

Geo-tagging of schools for the selection and monitoring of PM SHRI schools will be done,” the statement said. Union education minister Dharmendra Pradhan said existing schools managed by the Central government, states, union territories, and local bodies will be strengthened under this scheme. The Centre will contribute ₹18, 128 crore to the scheme, which is expected to benefit 1.8 million students. Pradhan said funds will be directly transferred to the schools via Direct Benefit Transfer mode, this initiative will be launched in all schools across the country.

The schools will be developed as “green schools”, incorporating environment-friendly aspects such as solar panels and LED lights, nutrition gardens with natural farming, waste management, plastic-free, water conservation, and harvesting, the study of traditions/practices related to the protection of the environment, etc.

The aim is to make India Number one with a focus on issues like education.

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