Children from poor families will now be given free education in government model culture schools in Haryana. At present, there are 137 Government Model Sanskriti Senior Secondary Schools and 1,418 Adarsh Sanskriti Primary Schools in the northern state.
Free education will be given in government model culture schools.
Children from poor families verified under ‘Parivar Pehchan Patra’ will now be given free education in Government Model Culture Schools of Haryana. This information has been given in a government statement. A decision to this effect was taken in a meeting held on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to review the progress of these schools, the statement said. It said that Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Pal was also present in the meeting. It said that in order to ensure the continued progress of these schools, Khattar directed the officials concerned to visit the area and conduct monthly review of these schools.
Expressing satisfaction over the work done by the Education Department for the establishment of these schools, the Chief Minister said that a demand was being made to increase their number. Haryana currently has 137 Government Model Sanskriti Higher Secondary Schools and 1418 Primary Schools. Notably, the state legislature recently passed the Haryana Parivar Pehchan Bill, which aims to provide each family with a unique identification number for determining eligibility for any scheme, subsidy, service or benefit provided by the Haryana government. Is.
Khattar had last month informed the Assembly that 64 lakh families have been registered under the Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP) initiative in the state.
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