A total of 2,40,818 students have so far enrolled in the newly set up 274 CM Rise schools in Madhya Pradesh, an official said on Tuesday.
The official quoting Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that this is a major achievement of the state government.
CM Rise Schools have been started from the academic session 2022-23 to provide quality education to the children of the state. They have facilities at par with private institutions.
Chouhan reviewed the performance of the state school education department on Monday and expressed satisfaction over the response received by the CM Rise schools.
“Providing quality education, global development and preparing students for the future is a great challenge. The State Government, teachers and parents will take up this challenge with team spirit”, said the CM on the occasion.
Chouhan said that he himself will write letters to teachers and parents of students of CM Rise schools to motivate them.
During the meeting, the officials informed that digital classrooms, well equipped libraries, laboratories and high standard facilities have been arranged in CM Rise schools.
For the functioning of these schools, effective training has been imparted to selected teachers, school principals, principals and vice-principals.
In these schools, pictures and blackboards have been placed with a fun theme that inform about education in values.
The meeting was attended by Deputy Minister of School Education (Independent Charge) Inder Singh Parmar, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Department Principal Secretary Rashmi Arun Shami and other senior officials.