Pune: District Planning Committee To Increase Expenditure On Schools – Guardian Minister Chandrakant Patil

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Pune, 27th January 2023: According to Guardian Minister Chandrakant Patil, the expenses incurred by the District Planning Committee (DPC) will be increased to provide infrastructure facilities like buildings, protection walls, toilets, etc to the primary and secondary schools of the Zilla Parishad. He also suggested that the principal should submit a proposal to get more facilities for girls’ sports and education.

Patil was speaking at the excellent student merit program held at YASHADA by the Primary Education Department of Pune Zilla Parishad. Chief Executive Officer Ayush Prasad, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Rahul Kalbhor, Secondary Education Officer Sunanda Wakhare, Primary Education Officer Sandhya Gaikwad, etc were present on this occasion.

105 students ranked in the state merit list in class five and class eight scholarship exam, 10 students who achieved first rank in the country in class 10 and class 12 exam, six schools with the most students in the state merit list in class five and class eight scholarship exam, most students selected in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya exam were honored.

Patil said that there is an effort to set up a virtual planetarium for the study of astronomy in a small school. The facilities of the larger school will also be made available to the students of the Zilla Parishad schools. As various activities are being implemented to increase the number of students in Zilla Parishad schools. It will help in improving the quality of students.

In the New Education Policy, the curriculum has been designed considering the age limit of the children before the first grade for three years to get a good culture and to know about the country, geography, and national men. Early childhood education affects the future. Patil also mentioned that students should focus on acquiring quality as the coming time is about quality.

Prasad gave information about the Kaha Kalmi program for improving the quality of schools in the district, detailed curriculum plans for students two to three times a year under the Nipun Bharat program, Acharya Vinoba Bhave app, and 397 ideal schools.

Patil also suggested that special efforts should be made to ensure that no girl in the district is deprived of education due to economic conditions.