Ghaziabad, 23 October. The central government had made a big plan to improve government schools. Under this, the Prime Minister’s Schools for Rising India (PM-Shri) scheme was announced across the country. It was announced that such a school would have all modern facilities. All these will become model schools of the country. A total of 14,597 such schools are to be opened in the country which are to be developed as model schools. In this context, Ghaziabad Hindon Air Force’s Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1 (KV-1) School is engaged in realizing the Prime Minister’s dream. Such schools are also engaged in realizing dreams like Skill India, Khelo India, Digital India.
Hindon Air Force KV -1
Under the same scheme, Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1 (KV-One) of Ghaziabad Hindon Air Force also has the honor of becoming a PM Shri School. As a result, in this school, students are being trained in the skill development program prescribed in the National Education Policy 2020. The objective of the training is to train the youth and prepare them for self-employment. Under the 10 bagless days prescribed in the National Education Policy, students are to be given training for six hours a day i.e. 60 hours.
Camp and Training Center
Under this, a yoga camp has been organized in PM Shri Kendriya Vidyalaya, Hindan. Apart from this, training is being given for self defense like making useful items, making pottery, making lamps etc. Cricket players who are ready and trying to perform at the national level are also being given regular training. Is. It is noteworthy that in the Ghaziabad district, PM Shri Kendriya Vidyalaya No-1, Air Force base Hindon is known for its excellence.
PM Modi had announced
While giving this information on Teacher’s Day on September 5, PM Modi had said, ‘I am announcing a new initiative on Teacher’s Day. Under the Prime Minister’s Schools for Rising India (PM-Shri), 14,500 schools across the country will be developed and upgraded. All these will be model schools and they will include everything of the National Education Policy. The PM had said that a modern, transformative approach would be used in imparting education in PM-Shri schools.
What is PM Shri Yojana
Rs 27,360 crore will be spent on this scheme. The Centre’s share in this will be Rs 18,128 crore. This scheme of the Center will benefit 18 lakh students. The special thing is that all these schools will be government schools, which will be selected in collaboration with the states. Under this scheme, the government wants to develop at least one model school at each block level. To monitor this, Vidya Samiksha Kendra has been started in ‘PM-Shri’ schools on the basis of pilot project.