Upliftment of Government Schools: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Wednesday said that the government aimed to fulfill its promises of providing quality education to the people of Punjab. Taking to Twitter, he added that the Punjab government has started working on the face-lifting of the school buildings. The government's first priority is to make Punjab a leading state in the education sector.
However, he shared several pictures of the school buildings showing the before and after the condition of the school on his Twitter account.
Check Tweet below:
We are striving to fulfil our promise to provide quality education to the people of Punjab. The work of face-lifting the school buildings has been started. Our first priority is to bring change in education to make Punjab a leading state in the country.— Bhagwant Mann (@BhagwantMann) January 18, 2023
Well done @harjotbains pic.twitter.com/ydGPOeJYGP
Earlier Punjab Education Minister, Harjot Singh Bains, took to his social media and shared pictures of the ongoing progress of the transformation of the government schools that was promised to the people of Punjab by Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann.
Check Tweet below:
You will be happy to see the ongoing progress of the transformation of Govt. Schools as promised to Punjab by @ArvindKejriwal ji under the visionary and motivational leadership of my CM @BhagwantMann ji. pic.twitter.com/Ik4Qv1M63H— Harjot Singh Bains (@harjotbains) January 18, 2023
Schools of Eminence
As per the recent updates, the AAP government is set to launch its first education project, the School of Eminence, on Saturday, January 21, 2023. However, under this project, the Bhagwant Mann-led government will upgrade the existing government schools into the School of Eminence for the students of classes 9 to 12. The government is planning to upgrade around 110 government-aided schools as the School of Eminence in Phase 1.
This project is inspired by the Delhi model of the School of specialised excellence which conducts the admissions of Class 9 level.
As per the updates, the AAP government in its first budget in June last year had reserved a fund of Rs 200 crore for the fulfillment of the Schools of Eminence project and said that these government schools will be equipped with excellent infrastructure and will be able to match the International standards.Also Read: ASER Report: Girls Dropout Ratio Declines to 2 Percent, Check Details Here