Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that CM Rise School is an ambitious scheme. Qualified teachers are being selected for its implementation. Keeping in view the quality of education, teachers should also be trained with utmost seriousness. In the first phase, 350 CM Rise Schools with Class I to XII will be started in the academic session starting from April, 2022 in the state. Necessary budgetary arrangements have also been made for this. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was reviewing the activities undertaken under the CM Rise School Scheme today. The Chief Minister also discussed the features related to CM Rise School Scheme. He released a hand book prepared for principals of schools. The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains.
CM Shri Chouhan to see model of Rashidia Vidyalaya
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that CM Rise schools will be started from April 2022 in schools with labs, computers and libraries. In this order, Rashidia Vidyalaya in Bhopal has been developed as model CM Rise School. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, will also visit the school soon. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that training of teachers, construction of buildings and other arrangements should be completed on time. The upcoming teaching session will start the work of starting schools. The goal is that all schools should be started in two years.
Principals to be given special proficiency training
Principal Secretary, School Education Shri Rashmi Arun Shami, informed that applications of 22,254 teachers have been received under CM Rise School scheme. Teachers awarded for outstanding education will be selected through interviews. It may be noted that 9,200 well-equipped CM Rise Schools are to be started in the state. These will be provided within a radius of 25-30 km in different regions of the state. In these schools, children from KG to XII classes will study in the same teaching campus. Skills of principals of CM Rise Schools will be developed in terms of school development leadership, leadership of exemplary teaching learning processes, development and empowerment of teachers, community affiliation and management of administrative processes and resources. Principals’ training will start from the month of November followed by state level orientation and training at The Indian Institute of Management in the capital. Not only this, these Principals will also be taken on a tour of schools in other states.
Principal Secretary Tribal Affairs Pallavi Jain Govil, informed about the action being taken for the opening of CM Rise Schools in tribal areas also. The meeting was attended by Commissioner Public Relations Dr. Sudam Khade, Commissioner, Department of Tribal Affairs, Shri Sanjeev Singh, Deputy Secretary School Education, Smt. Anubha Srivastava, Director State Education Centre Shri Dhanraju S. and Director, Public Education, Shri D.S. Kushwaha.