Over 2 lakh students enrol in CM Rise Schools in Madhya Pradesh.

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An official reported on Tuesday that 2,40,818 children have signed up for the 274 recently opened CM Rise Schools in Madhya Pradesh. The official stated that this is a significant accomplishment of the state government, referencing Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. To offer children in the state a high-quality education, the CM Rise Schools were established for the 2022–2023 academic year. They have amenities that rival those found in private institutions. On Monday, Chouhan evaluated the work of the state department of education for schools and expressed his happiness with the reaction the CM Rise Schools had received. “It’s difficult to provide pupils with a high-quality education, promote overall growth, and prepare them for the future.”

The state government, teachers and parents will take up this challenge with a team spirit,” the CM said on occasion. Chouhan said he will himself write letters to teachers and parents of the students of CM Rise Schools to motivate them.

Officials reported that the CM Rise Schools had been equipped with digital classrooms, well-stocked libraries, laboratories, and high-quality amenities. Effective training has been given to a chosen group of teachers, school administrators, principals, and vice principals for the running of these institutions. These schools now have play-themed paintings and informational boards regarding value-based teaching. Inder Singh Parmar, the MP School Education Minister (Independent Charge), Iqbal Singh Bains, Rashmi Arun Shami, and other senior officials were present during the meeting.

Mayank Tewari

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