The Chhattisgarh government has decided to set up English medium colleges in every district of the state in the next 3 years.

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In order to make it easier for local students to pursue higher education in the state itself, the Chhattisgarh government has planned to establish English-medium institutions in each of the state’s districts over the next three years, an official said on Thursday. Bhupesh Baghel, the chief minister of Chhattisgarh, said he has directed the state chief secretary to provide the action plan in this regard within ten days. The action is intended to lessen the financial burden on parents whose children must leave the state to continue their education after Class 12, he noted.

“Over the next three years, the Swami Atmanand English Medium Model Colleges would be established in every district headquarters. The choice was made after the state government’s newly established Swami Atmanand English Medium Schools received positive feedback “In the letter to the chief secretary, Baghel made a statement.

“In the state’s largest cities, 10 English-medium institutions will be first established in the upcoming academic session beginning in June 2023. It would then be implemented phase-by-phase in every district headquarters over the following three years, “A CM was added. As there is not currently a government institution in the state that offers English-medium instruction, students must enrol at metropolitan colleges, according to Baghel. After Class 12, students at English medium schools won’t need to leave the state for higher education. According to the chief minister, students and their parents must shoulder a significant financial burden in order to enrol in (the colleges located in) major cities.

Mayank Tewari

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