CM Naveen concluded the first phase transformation of schools

Bhubaneswar, 29/11:The inauguration of the first phase of the 5T School Transformation Program, which started in Hinjilicut in August, ended today with a spectacular cultural program and fireworks display at Birja High School in Jajpur. In the first phase, 1,078 schools have been completed in 30 districts across the state, while in the second phase, 3,300 schools have been targeted for Biju Babu’s jubilee by March 2022.


Inaugurating 240 transformed schools in Koraput, Gajapati, Dhenkanal, Anugul Bargarh and Jajpur districts today, Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik said that it is the common responsibility of all of us to help the children realize their dreams and transform the 5t school. Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said that dreams are the only way forward in student life. It is the purpose of life to keep dreaming and to keep trying to fulfill it.

The Chief Minister thanked the local legislators, panchayat representatives, school management committees, teachers and parents and parents for the transformation program.


Addressing the children, the Chief Minister said, “I want the children of my state to be at the forefront in all areas. Glorify Odisha in all fields, including sports, lessons and music. Learn about new technologies. Have big dreams and move forward with confidence to face all the challenges of life. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. ”


The chief minister said the school’s redevelopment program had cleared the gap between urban and rural schools. Today, the village school is home to some of the city’s best private schools. Another important thing is that the state government has reserved 15 per cent of the seats for you in order to make the dream of becoming a doctor and engineer for government school children a reality.


Chief Minister Shri Patnaik said that the future of the country is being built in schools. The future of the nation. After all, children are one-third of our population, but they are our future (There is a saying that Children constitute one-third of our population, but all of our future.) “School time is one of the most important parts of a child’s life,” he said.


The Chief Minister highlighted the five principles that will make today a special day in the field of education development in Odisha. “School transformation is the best example of our five programs,” he said. 5 are – Technology, Teamwork, Time, Transparency and Transformation. This is what made the change possible. Technology has given us access to smart classrooms, e-libraries, computers and modern laboratories. “It simply came to our notice then.


The third principle is time or time. By November 16, I had ordered the completion of 1,065 schools. Thanks to the dedication and hard work of all of you, this is the end of the world today.


The fourth principle is transparency. Some of the changes that have taken place in schools have been discussed with local people. Transparency is the biggest power of the 5. All of this has brought about transformations, which we can all see and experience.


“After the motherland and the family, the school is our biggest identity,” he said, advising the children. I believe that you can make this identity the glory of the state by reading well and doing good deeds.


At the event, students from five districts spoke to the Chief Minister about his views on school transformation and his vision for the future. Tapaswini Mohapatra of Koraput, Marnika Raita of Gajapati, Shubhsmita Sahu of Dhenkanal, Shreyangsa Pradhan of Anugul, Smriti Rekha Sahu of Bargarh and Rashmirekha Mishra of Jajpur were among the prominent students who took part in the discussion. They thanked the Chief Minister for providing 15 per cent reservation in higher education for public school children.


Minister Prafulla Kumar Mallick, Minister Shri Sushant Singh, Minister Shri Sameer Ranjan Das, Minister Shri Jagannath Sarka, Minister Shri Padmini Dian and Member of Parliament Shri Mahesh Sahu gave keynote speeches praising the school transformation program. Gave.


The Chief Minister’s Secretary (5-T) Mr. V.K. Pandian said he thanked everyone involved in completing the first phase of the transformation program on time as directed by the Chief Minister and that 3,300 schools would be completed in the second phase by March 2022. Prior to the start of the first phase of the transformation program, the five secretaries, Mr. Pandian, finalized the plan through a 4,000-minute video conference with 4,000 individuals involved in the development of various schools.

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