10 acres of land in Nava Raipur will be provided for this high-level school, said Chief Minister
Chief Minister gives instructions to Chief Secretary to present action plan in the upcoming Cabinet Meeting
Raipur, February 16
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has taken a major decision for students in the state. Chief Minister has said that 10 acres land in Nava Raipur will be provided free of cost for establishing a national-level school here.
Chief Minister has directed Chief Secretary to consult with Education Department and other departments concerned and present a proposal in the context in the upcoming cabinet meeting.
It is noteworthy that even after 20 years of state formation, there is no government or private school in the state which is counted among the prestigious schools of the country. Chief Minister has said that to provide high-level education opportunities to students of the state and to gain recognition at national-level, it is important to establish a well-equipped school that not only provides quality education to the students but also give them opportunities for all-round development.
Chief Minister Baghel said that establishment of national-level schools would provide quality education to the students of Chhattisgarh and it would also glorify the name of the state at national level.
Baghel said the State Government would provide 10 acres of land for free in Nava Raipur for construction of this school.For this, Chief secretary has been directed to consult with Education Department and other departments concerned and present the action plan for approval in the upcoming cabinet meeting.