It has also decided to hold a ‘Badi Bata’ program from June 1 to 12 to increase enrollment in government schools. The cabinet sub-committee said schools would be reopened from the 13th thereafter. The subcommittee was of the view that Tea Fiber would soon provide bandwidth facilities to nearly 30,000 educational institutions in the state, thereby enabling them to provide digital education. Minister Sabita spoke after the meeting. In the first phase, 50 per cent of the schools will be given the required funds under the ‘Mana Uru-Mana Badi’ program.
Ministerial Sub-Committee More Decisions ..
The Cabinet Sub-Committee decided to expedite the creation of infrastructure under Mana Uru-Mana Badi. It was decided by the superiors to hold a video conference every week to complete the tasks on a war footing. Collectors will review the progress of the works every Monday. If there are government junior colleges on the school premises, they will be developed under this scheme. As well as ‘the curriculum should be designed to encourage a new generation of children at the school level to become enterprising entrepreneurs. Steps should be taken to ensure that there is a single curriculum for educational institutions under the auspices of the Ministry of Welfare in the state and for other government educational institutions, ‘the ministerial sub-committee decided.