Uttarakhand is going to become the first state to implement the new National Education Policy.
CM Dhami said: Uttarakhand will become the first state in the country to implement the new education policy.
Uttarakhand will become the first state in the country to implement the new education policy. This is to say of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. He said this at the inauguration of a two-day educational contemplation camp of the Department of School Education at Indian Public School, Jhajhra. During this, the CM announced to provide vehicles or monthly funds to the block level officers for inspection of schools.
Expressing concern over the declining number of students in government schools, the Chief Minister said that the challenge of increasing the number of students and measures for qualitative education should be discussed intensively in this camp. He said that there is a need to pay close attention to the reasons for the decline in the number of students in government schools and to increase it. The goal of National Education Policy-2020 is to create the best human beings by providing quality education at all levels of school education. The Chief Minister said that on November 9, 2025, Uttarakhand will celebrate the silver jubilee of the state’s establishment. What the Education Department can do under Best Practices till then, it will have to pay attention from today itself.
Balvatika will start in five thousand schools by July 10
Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat said that this first Shikshak Chintan Shivir is being organized in the state for the qualitative improvement of education. After this the principals, teachers and parents will also be called for such educational thinking camps. Organizing such educational contemplation camps will prepare the roadmap ahead in the field of education. He said that under the new education policy, it is necessary to have one teacher for every 30 students. At present there is one teacher per 15 students in Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand is going to become the first state to implement the new National Education Policy. Under the new education policy, Balvatika will start in five thousand schools by July 10. It will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister.
MPs, MLAs and other public representatives will launch it at district and block level. Apart from this, Vidya Samiksha Kendras will be ready in the state in a year. For this, Rs 5 crore has been approved by the Central Government. At the same time, 23 thousand educational institutions will be made drug-free. Earlier, the Chief Minister released the book ‘Nipun Bharat’ and ‘General Knowledge Ek Pahal’ along with the Balvatika book and the guide of the Education Department. MLA Sahdev Singh Pundir, former Rajya Sabha MP Shri RK Sinha, Secretary Education Ravinath Raman, Director General Education Banshidhar Tiwari, Director Education RK Kunwar, Director Seema Jaunsari etc. were present in the program.