CS appeal stakeholders: join hands and develop education scenario of the state

Addressing a gathering in Abotani Vidya Niketa,  Chief Secretary Satya Gopal appeal stakeholders to join hands for the development of education scenario of Arunachal Pradesh.



While highlighting several major decisions & steps taken by state government to strengthen the education system including conduction of State pre-board examination, establishment of Sainik School in Niglok, JNV, VKV, engineering college etc., chief secretary Satya Gopal today appeal to stakeholders to coordinate all the concern departments together to achieve new heights in the field of development of education scenario of Arunachal Pradesh.

Satya Gopal was addressing a huge gathering on the occasion of inauguration of administrative and hostel block of Abotani Vidya Niketan, here today at Pachin.

Addressing to students chief secretary illustrating several stories relating to success, said to achieve success, hard work, discipline and patience is needed. Success in every field doesn’t come without hard labour, he exhorted.

‘’It is not a simple building, but a temple of learning where inspiring success stories will be made/created, said CS Gopal. He enumerated several contribution of Arunachal Shiksha Vikas Samiti, adding that Samiti through its numerous activities and programmes has helped in saving the traditions and cultures of different indigenous people of our state, and, continues to do so, he added.

He also reiterated that the team Arunachal lead by young chief minister Pema Khandu stressed  to provide quality education. On the occasion he also highlighted several steps taken by state government in education sector.

1st institute of Abo Tani Vidya Niketan was established at Pachin in 1994. Since then there is around 36 schools in 11 district of state, informed State coordinator, ASVS, MN Chaturvedi.

further he also informed that 1 crore was given for extension of two rooms in 5 institutions in 2016. In 2018 another 5 crore was awarded out of which 1.2 crore for Pachin.

speaking on the occasion, Secy, Akhil Bharati Siksha Sansthan,  Brahma Rao in his address shared his experience and suggested collective responsibilities so that the development of country takes in right direction. The Initative by the Siksha Bharati began in 1951 and till date more than 13000 schools and around 12000 ekal vidyalaya are running across the country.

ATVN Chairman Tai Tagak, Secretary ASVS, Nabam Ruja, also address the gathering.

RSS state pracharak Sunil Mohanty, Jalley Sonam, officers, local leaders, local resident, faculty, students and their parents were present in the occasion.

Earlier CS also took a visit of all the campus and even to the boys and girls hostel alongwith the team of officers and others.


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