Schools will be started in Chhattisgarh as per international standards: Shri Bhupesh Baghel
Balvaadi will be operated for small children above three years of age
Employment-oriented education will be provided to the students of class IX to XII
Chief Minister makes three important announcements while presenting the Vision Document 2030 of School Education in Chhattisgarh
Raipur, November 14, 2021: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the two-day Jawaharlal Nehru National Education Conference organized by the School Education Department at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Auditorium in Raipur, today on the occasion of the birthday of the first Prime Minister of India, Bharat Ratna Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. On this occasion, Chief Minister made three important announcements under the vision document 2030 of school education in Chhattisgarh. He said that in order to provide quality education on the lines of Swami Atmanand English Medium School, schools would be run as per international standards in Chhattisgarh. Pre-primary education will be provided to young children of more than three years of age by conducting Balvaadi and employment oriented education will be given to the students of class IX to XII, so that children can acquire skills in a particular discipline along with their studies.
CG CM Baghel said that this year ITI training in selected trades has been started in some schools along with high school education for high school students. The students of this course will get the certificate of ITI along with 12th on passing the 12th examination. He said that 8000 students are studying in this course started this year. Chief Minister inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp and garlanding the oil painting of Pandit Nehru. School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam presided over the program. Former Union Minister Mr. Shashi Tharoor and former Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University Mr. Dinesh Singh extended best wishes for the success of this program through video message. On this occasion, Chief Minister launched booklet 'Vision 2030', 'Vibhutis of Chhattisgarh', 'Calendar of Chhattisgarh Raj Geet', 'Coffee Table Book of Swami Atmanand English Medium School and Padhai Tuhar Duar Yojna', 'Schooling for Excellence', published by the School Education Department.
CM Baghel said that whenever the contribution of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in the making of modern India will be remembered, the important infrastructures built by Nehru, especially in the economic and educational field, will always be remembered. Chief Minister said that Nehru ji had a special attachment with children. He used to say that children should be brought up with great care and love, because they are the future of the country.
Welcoming the educationists, scholars, teachers and experts, who are participating in the National Education Conference, which started from today in the capital Raipur, the Chief Minister said that during this two-day education conference, discussions will be held on what work has been done in the field of children's education in the last 75 years and what has been missing, what can be done better for the education of children and in which direction we can move forward. Chhattisgarh will also get an opportunity to learn a lot from the representatives from 27 states in this Samagam. He said that education has been of great importance in India from the very beginning. Our sages had a special urge towards education. He remembered the great social reformer Raja Rammohun Roy and said that he had started the movement to introduce English and science education in India, so that Indian students could stand confidently in front of the world. Chief Minister said that Gandhiji had started basic education and Pandit Nehru had started many educational institutions.
Chief Minister said that the whole world was affected during the Corona period. During this period, digital education was started in Chhattisgarh. Despite many challenges during the Corona pandemic, the teachers discharged their academic responsibilities very well. In Chhattisgarh, stories of Guruji with umbrella, Guruji with bell and Guruji with motor cycle were seen. During the Corona period, teachers did not allow the education of children to be stopped. In the state, more than 75 thousand teachers made recordings on various subjects and provided study material to the children, the benefit of which was taken by the children of Chhattisgarh as well as other states. Where there was network problem, Bluetooth (Bultu Ke Bol) was used for offline education. In the lockdown, when the children were at home, innovation was started to educate them in sports, in which the parents of the children were also involved.
The Chief Minister said that Swami Atmanand English Medium School started by the State Government is one of the most popular schemes of the State Government to provide quality free education in English medium to the poor children also. Children of officers of All India Services have also taken admission in these schools. He said that this scheme was started through three English medium schools in the capital Raipur, whose number has increased to 52 and is 171 at present. 25 percent of the seats in these schools are earmarked for children from poor families. 90 percent of the children in the English medium schools in the Scheduled Areas belong to poor families. Children of labourer families are also getting education in these schools.
Presiding over the program, School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam said that for the first time after the formation of Chhattisgarh, Shiksha Samagam is being organized to improve the education of children in Chhattisgarh. It is the effort of the state government to provide skillful education to the children in Chhattisgarh. He mentioned the innovations 'Padhai Tuhar Duar and Padhai Tuhar Para' started for online education during the Corona period. In Chhattisgarh, under the Right to Education, the scope of education up to class 8th has been increased to class 12th. Mahtari Dular Yojna has been started for the education of the children who lost their families during the Corona period. On this occasion, Shri Gaurav Vallabh, in his remarks, recalled the contribution of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in the field of education and said that in the first two five year plans of the country, he made arrangements for compulsory free primary education for the whole country. His effort was to develop a scientific temper in the country. He said that during the Corona period, when school education across the country suffered due to digital divide. New innovations of quality education were implemented with success in Chhattisgarh. Referring to the popularity of Swami Atmanand English Medium School, he said that this school has become 'Sages for Ages'. He also gave many important suggestions regarding school education. Before the program, the guests also visited the exhibition on the innovations made in the field of school education in the auditorium premises.
Parliamentary Secretary Shri Dwarkadhish Yadav, Mayor Raipur Ajaz Dhebar, Chairman Chhattisgarh Textbook Corporation Shailesh Nitin Trivedi, Chairman of State Khadi Village Industries Board Rajendra Tiwari, Vice Chancellor of Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Dr. K.L. Verma, Gaurav Vallabh, Advisor to the Chief Minister, Vinod Verma and Pradeep Sharma were present as special guests. Principal Secretary, School Education Department, Dr. Alok Shukla, Secretary Dr. Kamalpreet Singh, Director SCERT Rajesh Singh Rana, educationists and many public representatives, officials and citizens were present on the occasion.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel visited the exhibition based on the innovation experiments done in the schools of Chhattisgarh during the inauguration ceremony of the National Education Conference.
Chief Minister took part in the 'World of Colors' game with school children
Courtesy meeting of Chhattisgarhi singer Sahdev Dirdo of 'Bachpan Ka Pyaar' fame
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the two-day Jawaharlal Nehru National Shiksha Samagam organized by the School Education Department at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium in Raipur today on the occasion of the birthday of the first Prime Minister of India, Bharat Ratna Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Before the inauguration of the Rashtriya Shiksha Samagam, Chief Minister Shri Baghel visited the exhibition based on the innovation experiments done in the schools of Chhattisgarh regarding education. Appreciating the innovations adopted in the schools, he said that Chhattisgarh would also get an opportunity to learn a lot from the representatives and educationists from different states in the Samagam.
Giving information about the innovative efforts adopted during the Kovid-19 lock down, the teacher of Dhaneli Primary School, Smt Taskin Khan said that during the Corona crisis, various interesting games have been created by the school children to keep the children engaged in education. has been done . Including various small projects like the world of colors, the life cycle of the kosa insect, learning spelling, knowing grammar. During this, on the request of school girls, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also took part in color recognition games like 'Rang ki Duniya'. Nanda Deshmukh, the teacher of Government Primary School Sirsa Khurd in Durg district, told that she had learned from the junk to educate the children living in the Sapera settlement there, who used to do snake catching, plastic picker and junk collection. By making useful tools, the light of education has been awakened in them. She told that she helps children in their studies by making alphabets and white boards from plastic bags of soybean and flour. He has named this campaign as 'Curse for environment, boon for education - polythene'. In the event, a disabled teacher from Khedamara East Secondary School, Durg, Ms. Sharda presented a hand magazine 'Charcha Patra' to the Chief Minister Shri Baghel for academic cooperation and motivation of the teachers. He said that the purpose of publication of the discussion paper is to encourage and guide the teachers along with the inspiration of innovation.
Shri Devendra Devangan, popularly known as Motor Cycle Guruji, told that in Ghotul, located in 4 gram panchayats of remote tribal area, with the help of young friends, he provided uninterrupted education to the children. Along with this, dona-pattal is being used in food and breakfast to keep the children studying in Ghotul from infection. Teacher Ms. Neelu Mahikwar told that when the children were facing difficulty in joining the 'Padhai Tuhar Duar' scheme, they were taught easily by creating interest through newspaper cuttings and story telling. During the inspection of the stalls, Chhattisgarh's child artist Mr. Sahdev Dirdo also had a courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Baghel.
School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Dwarkadhish Yadav, Mayor Mr. Aijaz Dhebar, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Textbook Corporation Mr. Shailesh Nitin Trivedi, Principal Secretary, School Education Department, Dr. Alok Shukla, Secretary Dr. Kamalpreet Singh were also present on the occasion.
Academicians from across the country share experiences of vocational education and online learning in Rashtriya Shiksha Samagam
In the two-day Jawaharlal Nehru National Education Conference organized by the State Government's School Education Department at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium, Raipur, academicians and officials from different states of the country presented employment-oriented vocational education in their respective states and online learning experiences during the Corona period. shared. He also informed about the innovations being adopted for teaching school children during the Corona period. School Education Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam, Principal Secretary Dr. Alok Shukla, Secretary Dr. Kamalpreet Singh and SCERT Director Mr. Rajesh Singh Rana were also present during this.
The topic 'Vocational Education and Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century' was discussed in the second session of the first day of Rashtriya Shiksha Samagam today. The session was presided over by Mr. Mekin Maheshwari, Founder, Udyam.org (udyam.org). During the session, Dr. Asha Gupta, Deputy Director of Rajasthan SCERT, Dr. Sapna Yadav, Senior Lecturer of Delhi SCERT and Deputy Director of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, Mr. Jugal Kishor Aggarwal talked about linking education in their respective states with employment and for this the children. Informed about the innovations being done for providing employable education. NCERT Prof. Sharad Sinha spoke about the global and Indian scenario in vocational education.
In today's third session, the topic 'Future of Online Learning' was discussed. The session was presided over by Shri Narayanan Ramaswamy, National Leader of KPMG. Mr. Somashekar of Andhra Pradesh SCERT, Mr. Deepak Mond, Deputy Director of Education Department in Rajasthan and Mrs. Anita Acharya of Chhattisgarh Open School told about the various dimensions of digital and online education in their respective states. NCERT Joint Director Prof. Amarendra Behera gave information about the DIKSHA - Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing portal of the Government of India.
Toys are not just toys, they are also books of knowledge
Knowledge gained in sports, it teaches toy stall
Jawaharlal Nehru National Education Conference organized
Children getting information about innovation in the exhibition
Toys are not only those, which are used only for entertainment, real toys are those which entertain you and teach you things of knowledge like a teacher and book. After admission in school, it is not necessary for all the children to go to school and read books, there are many such children who have suddenly passed away from the moment passed with their parents and the environment around them. Separating and reaching school. Here they have to spend hours in a completely new environment with a new person, who happens to be a teacher. In these contrasting environment, it is the skill of a teacher to connect new children with themselves and become their favorite by adapting them to the environment according to their choice. Such is the story of Kaushal Kala, a primary school teacher, Mrs. Vasundhara Kurre, who gives such knowledge to the children coming to school through play that every child in the village wants to come to her class. In each of the toys prepared by Mrs. Kurre, a teacher who is creating a new future for the students with her imaginatively crafted toys, a primary student can learn a lot of wisdom along with keeping himself entertained. You can also know this by visiting the toy stall.
The exhibition based on innovation experiments in the Jawaharlal Nehru National Education Conference organized at the DDU Auditorium in the capital is attracting the children along with the parents. There are many stalls based on innovation which will teach you a lot to see and understand. There is also a toy stall in the exhibition. Since toys are associated with every child and are also the subject of their curiosity, it is natural that everyone likes to reach the toy stall. In this stall, displaying selected innovations from across the state through exhibition, there is also the art of learning and teaching with innovation in each of the toys prepared by Mrs. Vasundhara Kurre, a teacher of village Sarisingar primary school under Pali development block of Korba district. Will not feel boring. The teacher Mrs. Kurre has done something like making the subjects from maths to environment very interesting with toys that the curiosity of the children who join her will go on increasing and the child will be able to learn a lot through play. He has prepared more than 100 toys including Chal Gotti, Rasta Khunho, Chal Re Tumma Baate Baat, Ghoda Tap, Lari Lappa, which are not just toys but also a book of knowledge. The racing car toys of teacher Mrs. Kurre, who have won praise from Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and other dignitaries for her innovations, are also unique. For small children who are fond of small cars, driving a racing car brings a lot of joy and adventure, along with avoiding accidents and providing information about traffic rules. Children can also learn a lot from easy and difficult ways of recognizing animals through painting. In the toy stall, how all the teachers work in the direction of innovation has also been told from the monthly academic magazine Charcha Patra, which is published every month by the School Education Department. The innovations made in the field of education are also being told through selected models including experiential learning at the exhibition site, learning in the early years, innovative efforts adopted during the Kovid lockdown.