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“Mo School” initiative in Odisha has made history: Naveen

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Bhubaneswar: ‘Mo School’ and Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya Sangathan initiatives have ushered in a visible transformation in the school education sector in the state, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said on Saturday.

These initiatives have made history in the national platform and the schools have clinched top ranks in the national schools ranking survey, Patnaik said at the ongoing Make in Odisha Conclave 2022.

The school transformation initiative, driven by the 5T principles, unlocked new aspirations and opened the door of new horizons for the high school students of Odisha, he said

The chief minister said the state’s transformation initiative in the school education sector has delivered stellar results adding, “Our government schools are highly sought-after schools, competing with their counterparts across the Nation”.

He said the smart classrooms, well-developed e-libraries, state-of-the-art laboratories, advanced sports infrastructure and child-friendly campuses have made the government schools high-quality institutions and led to increased enrolment..

The Mo School initiative, one of the largest alumni connect programmes in the world, has swiftly revamped over 50,000 government schools in Odisha with the help of more than 30 lakh alumni and community members.

With the mission to ensure quality education to each deserving child, 315 Adarsh Vidyalayas and one iconic OAV are functional across the state, providing the best infrastructure & academic resources to nurture the future generation of Odisha, Patnaik said.

“We have instituted the CM’s Award for Education, a scheme worth more than Rs 125 crore to make the educational ecosystem aspirational by incorporating recognition and reward for all stakeholders”, he remarked.

The state government, Patnaik said, had taken initiatives to upscale the students with 21st-century skills to support the industries with highly qualified and skilled human resources.

“Our priority is to make Odisha a global preference for aspiring young minds and ensure education for all,” he said

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