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Tablets will be distributed to 30 thousand teachers of primary schools

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Entrance Festival will be celebrated in every school on 11th April: Dr Dhan Singh Rawat

By Our Staff Reporter
Dehradun, 8 Apr: Entrance festival will be celebrated in government schools across the state on April 11. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami will inaugurate this program from Dehradun. He will get new children admitted in the residential school Baniyawala. On this occasion, tablets will also be distributed to about 30 thousand primary teachers across the state. For this an amount of ten thousand rupees will be transferred online to the accounts of each primary school.
State School Education Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said in a statement issued to the media that the intention of the state government is to provide better education to every child. For this, every year on the occasion of the beginning of the new academic session, special campaigns are being run for admission in schools.  In this series, on coming April 11, the entrance festival will be celebrated in all government schools across the state, for which instructions have been given to the departmental officers.
Dr Rawat told that the Praveshotsav program will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister. The CM will admit new children in the residential school Baniyawala of Dehradun on the occasion of the entrance festival. He informed that this program will also be organised in all districts, development blocks and schools.  MPs, Regional MLAs, District Panchayat Presidents, Mayors, Block Heads, Presidents of Municipal Bodies and other people’s representatives will participate in the program by visiting various schools and get admission of new children in the schools. Along with this they will inform the local people and parents about the admission of children in government schools. The departmental minister told that on the occasion of Praveshotsav, the Chief Minister will gift tablets to about 30,000 primary teachers across the state. Each basic teacher will be given Rs 10,000 each for a tablet, this amount will be transferred  online to the accounts of their schools so that teachers can buy tablets as per their choice.  He said that the aim of the state government is to link primary education with digital medium so that children studying at primary level can also get the benefit of digital medium.