Big change in the lives of people in three years, new doors of livelihood opened: Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel

Under the chairmanship of Tribal and Scheduled Caste Development Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam, many important decisions were taken in the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Housing and Ashram Institute at Mantralaya Mahanadi Bhawan today. From the academic session 2022-23, Eklavya Model Residential School will start at Lailunga in Raigad district and Lundra in Surguja district. 60-60 students will be given admission in both the schools. In the meeting, Secretary, Tribal and Scheduled Castes Development Department, Shri D.D. Singh, Commissioner Smt. Shammi Abidi and members of the Board of Directors were present. Coaching of students for competitive examinations: A coaching center will be set up at Saddu, Raipur for the dropout children of Eklavya Adarsh ​​Residential School. An amount of Rs 15 crore has been approved for the construction of the building here. In this coaching center, class 12th passed students from Eklavya schools will be given coaching for various competitive exams. In the meeting, the action plan of crash course was approved for the preparation of JEE and NEET examination for the students of Eklavya Adarsh ​​Residential School in the academic session 2021-22. It is noteworthy that 101 talented students were selected after conducting a screening test from all Eklavya Adarsh ​​Residential Schools. In this, 51 students have been selected for the coaching for NEET and 50 for JEE. Minister Dr. Tekam said that target should be set to provide coaching to 200 students from the coming year. In this, along with medical, engineering, agricultural engineering and judicial entrance examination (CLAT) should also be given coaching. It was informed in the meeting that at present 73 students are being provided coaching in the Commissioner’s Office Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla Vidyalaya premises. In the revised meeting, the revised reservation rule was approved for admission to class 6th in the academic session 2022-23 in Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential schools. According to which the students of Scheduled Tribes Special Backward Tribes – Kamar, Abujhmadia, Pahari Korwa, Birhor, Baiga, Pando and Bhujiya will be given priority in admission. Priority in admission to the wandering and orphan children, maximum two children of the staff working in Eklavya Vidyalaya will be provided study-teaching facility in the school in the form of day scholars, which will be in addition to the sanctioned seat. 10 percent reservation of total sanctioned seats Children of nomadic community, children who have lost their parents in Left Wing extremism, insurgency, covid, children of widow women, children of disabled parents and others like – land donating families Children, orphans will get admission in these schools. These children should be from the scheduled caste category and have appeared in the entrance examination. The remaining seats will be filled by the students belonging to the Scheduled Tribes category. In case of non-availability of children for the reserved seats, the seats will be filled by the students belonging to the Scheduled Tribes category. Agriculture and commerce faculties will start In the meeting, it was decided to start agriculture and commercial faculties in Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential schools. For this, feedback has also been taken from the students studying in Eklavya schools. It is noteworthy that only science and mathematics faculties were being taught in Eklavya schools. Proposal of Eklavya in 16 tribal development blocks In the meeting, the proposal to open Eklavya Model Residential School in 16 tribal development blocks of the state on priority basis according to the population and literacy rate was approved. It is noteworthy that Eklavya Model Residential School is not operating in these 16 development blocks. The proposal to open Eklavya School here has been sent to the Government of India. Presently 29 Eklavya Adarsh ​​Residential Schools are operating in the state in English medium. In the remaining schools, it is proposed to start education in English medium in class 6th from the year 2022-23. Rest of the classes will continue as usual. Academic Calendar Approved – Various activities to enhance the skills The academic calendar for the year 2022-23 was approved in the meeting. According to which the classes of class 10th will start from June 1 and classes from class 6th to 6th will start from June 10. Classes of newly admitted students in class 12th will be resumed from May 30. Summer vacation will not be given as a result of the start of coaching for the preparation of competitive exams in the school. During the summer vacation, special camps will be organized for co-scholastic activities – painting, soft skills, handicrafts, cartoon workshops, mobile science models and robotics etc. Teachers will be given training by inviting subject-experts from June 5 to June 15 for teaching from CBSE syllabus. Similarly, in collaboration with UNICEF, training for the psycho-social development of children and institution operation and capacity development of the principals and superintendents of Eklavya Vidyalaya will be organized from June 8 to June 13. The employees of Eklavya Adarsh ​​Residential School will be provided arrears of Rs 350 lakh in the third and fourth installments of the seventh pay scale. Approval was made for the provision of qualified teachers in Eklavya Adarsh ​​residential schools located in remote areas and increase in honorarium per period to attract English medium teachers in English medium schools. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading