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Unprecedented reforms being done in education sector: Dhami

By Our Staff Reporter
Udham Singh Nagar, 29 Apr: Chief Minister Pushkar, Singh Dhami, inaugurated a programme organised at Little Scholars School by lighting the lamp here today. On this occasion, he said that in the year 1983, the plant that sown by late Major Shivnath Bhalla in the form of this school, has taken the form of a grand tree today. He said that Major Shivnath Bhalla, born in a normal family, first served the country as a soldier and then laid the foundation of Little Scholars School to provide education to the children and shape their future. Bhalla’s life and efforts full of hard work and struggles are inspirational for everyone.
The Chief Minister said that education and Guru have the most important place in on all-round development of a person and in building  society. He said that the meaning of education in Indian culture is not just limited to acquiring bookish knowledge, but it is a journey in which one is encouraged to discover oneself and one’s existence, along with this the guru or teacher in Indian culture is responsible for this. Teaching is not merely a profession, but a sacred moral duty, that’s why in India, teachers are considered to be lifelong family members and the relationship between a pupil and the teacher is not a professional relationship.
While addressing the students, Chief Minister Dhami said that the kind of education and culture a person receives from childhood not only builds the character of his family but also of the society and the country. He said that the work done in the present builds a future. He said that today a new India is being built under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, under which unprecedented works are being done in the country. According to the present time, the new education policy has been kept in front of the country by the Prime Minister. He said that the new education policy will give new dimensions to school education and higher education. With this, people of all classes will get opportunities to get education on the basis of equality. “Skill development” at the school level will enable the youth to work efficiently. Employment-oriented education will be provided through the new education policy, as well as there will be no separate preparation for competitive examinations. Research and research will be encouraged. The new education policy will prove effective in making the country a developed nation. He said that Uttarakhand is the first state in the country which has implemented the National Education Policy-2020 in school education.
MLA Trilok Singh Cheema, Diwan Singh Bisht, Mayor Usha Chowdhary, Chairman Scheduled Caste Commission Mukesh Kumar, former MP KC Singh Baba, former MLA Harbhajan Singh Cheema, BJP District President Gunjan Sukhija, including Gurvinder Singh Chandok, Deepak Bali, Khilendra Chaudhary, District Magistrate Yugal Kishore, SSP Manjunath TC, Additional District Magistrate Jai Bharat Singh, Municipal Commissioner Vivek Rai, Deputy District Magistrate Abhay Pratap Singh, Seema Vishwakarma, Rakesh Tiwari were amongst those present on this occasion.