Attempt at ‘equipping’ education sector with 3 new schemes

Attempt at ‘equipping’ education sector with 3 new schemes

ITANAGAR, Jun 21: In an attempt to raise the quality of education and also to throw light on the three newly launched schemes in the sector viz Chief Minister’s Samast Shiksha Yojana (CMSSY), Acharya Dronacharya Gurukul Yojana (ADGY) and Chief Minister’s Adhunik Pathsala Yojana (CMAPY), a District Level Education Society (DLES) meeting was held today at Capital DC’s conference hall here.

The meeting was chaired by DC Prince Dhawan and attended by all administrative officers, all line departments besides officers from Education department to discuss regarding the three newly launched schemes in education sector.

The three schemes basically aim to improve the overall quality of education. Stressing that a hybrid model which would ensure quality education is the need of the hour, the DC stressed that the model should include the examination system, pass percentage, teachers attendance, coordination between Principals/ headmasters and School Management Committee etc.

Asserting that all the schemes are meant for the student community, the DC said, therefore, there should not be any lacunae in its implementation and directed the DLES members to ensure the same.

He informed that the Capital Administration is dedicated to improve the overall education scenario and sought cooperation from everyone to revive the education system.

The DC also directed the DDSE Capital Mallo Yam Gollo to ensure that there is proper advertisement regarding the objectives of the scheme and that the information regarding the same should be disseminated to the students.

Further, he stressed that the scheme would also provide with better opportunity to the student community and help in their academic career.

CO Bittu Kri through a PPT briefed about the three schemes, the objectives of which were thoroughly discussed during the meeting.

The main objectives of CMSSY are to provide flexible pool of resources for maintenance of govt schools and colleges and bridge the critical infrastructural gap in technology and to improve the quality of education imparted in schools and colleges by giving flexible funds in the districts. The main objectives of ADGY are to identify the intellectual students studying in govt schools, to promote science subjects in the state and to promote meritorious students who wish to study outside the state and to provide mentoring to the meritorious students for excelling in their field. The execution of the scheme will be done by the Department of Secondary Education by conducting a talent hunt for all APST and non-APST students studying in govt schools for class VI & IX separately in Mathematics, Science and English Skills.

The top 10 students of each district will be identified in both the classes and will be awarded a merit scholarship of Rs 2000 each per month through DBT for two years. Further, the Class IX students who qualify the talent hunt will also be provided with laptops under the scheme. However, the scheme is not applicable to govt aided schools, private schools and Central govt schools like KVs & JNVs at all.

The main objective under CMAPY is extension of Smart Classroom programme and development of Residential Model School.

The details of the scheme are available at, according to an official release.

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