CM was holding Prerna Samvad with Model Higher Sec School students

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Feb 2018 10:56:03


Staff Reporter,

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, while holding inspirational dialogues with school students, extended best wishes and blessings for their bright future during the Prerna Samvad programme held at Model Higher Secondary School here, on Saturday. While sharing his student days’ experiences, Chouhan gave important tips to the students for splendid success in the examination. The Prerna Samvad programme was listened to by the students of all the districts through Doordarshan and Akashwani.

Chouhan, while giving invaluable tips for success, said that the foremost is self-confidence, as self-confidence gives energy and it enhances knowledge to identify our efficiency. While giving an example of Swami Vivekananda, he said that each student possesses capability and talent. There is a need to bring it out by identifying it. Moreover, while giving examples of Tulsidas for composition of Ramayana and Mahakavi Kalidas, he said that both the great personalities had capabilities and talents, which they identified themselves and the entire world reads their literature today.

Recollecting the memories of his class 11-D days, Chouhan said that he was sent to jail for opposing emergency at the time of examination, but he gave examination with full confidence besides hard studies and passed the physics, chemistry and biology subjects with good marks. Thereafter, he passed the post graduation in philosophy also with good marks.

Chouhan told the students that target is most important besides self-confidence. One cannot get desired results without the target. Target should be always high. Moreover, he mentioned that one must prepare the roadmap, which is a must to achieve the target. Following roadmap without any deviation is an essential condition. He further mentioned that deviation of concentration from the studies sometimes is natural. Therefore, concentration is must with consciousness. Remembering the days during his education, he told the students, how he controlled himself from the deviation with strong will power and determination.

Concentration gives success to achieve the target. Narrating the tale of Guru Dronacharya and his disciple Arjun, Chouhan said that success is sure by concentration on target and use of full energy. He told the students that they should always be filled with energy and positive approach. Keep distance from negative thinking. Study hard, move forward and make path to lead meaningful life with happiness.

He further mentioned that the Government has adopted every remedy so that students should not face any obstacle in pursuing studies and progress. Referring to the Mukhya Mantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Protsahan Yojana, Chouhan said that the fee of those students, who score 70 percent marks, will be borne by the Government on getting admissions in national-level higher educational institutions. He urged the students that they should score 85 percent marks to receive laptops from the Government as an incentive.

Moreover, Chouhan said that children of the State have capabilities and talents to reach higher position. The Government will take every step to realize the dreams of the students for better future. He again urged the students to give respect to their elders, parents and teachers. Mentioning about his teacher Ratanchandra Jain, he said that how he taught him to read, art of delivering speech and Ramayana’s choupais discourse. Chouhan told the students to study well with enthusiasm and pleasure.

Earlier, Chouhan inspected the smart class room and e-library established in the Model School. Minister for School Education Kunwar Vijay Shah, Minister of State for Technical Education (Independent Charge) Deepak Joshi, Chairman Board of Secondary Education S R Mohanty, Principal Secretary School Education Deepti Goud Mukherjee were present on the occasion.

50 lakh students get Rs 344 crore with single click: Earlier to the Prerna Samvad, CM Chouhan inaugurated the IT-based innovations, made to improve the education quality. He transferred an amount of Rs 344 crore with single click in the bank accounts of 50 lakh students under the Mission One Click Yojana. It may be mentioned that 30 types of scholarships of different departments are being distributed to the students through Shiksha portal by the Education Department from 2010. Earlier, this amount was paid to the students through bills from the treasury. These scholarships are being transferred directly to the bank accounts of the students through Mission One Click. An amount of Rs One thousand 42 crore has been sanctioned to one crore 60 lakh students during the last 2 years.

Inauguration of Shala Siddhi Abhiyan: The Chief Minister inaugurated the Shala Siddhi Abhiyan. Under this, the schools will be evaluated on 46 standards. The schools will be upgraded academically on the basis of these standards. Schools giving good performances will be encouraged and will be awarded with Shala Siddhi award. He also inaugurated MP Career Mobile App. This app has been prepared to give career related guidance to class X students. By testing the students’ interest through this, a report will be given to the students in the month of April of new academic session and counselling of the parents and students will be conducted on the basis of the report.

Similarly, the curiosity of the students will be satisfied through Vimarsh portal. Students will be able to watch videos of important subjects through this portal and will be able to view the answersheets of meritorious students, old question papers and model questions. Besides students, teachers and school will be strengthened academically through this portal. It will also help schools to conduct their self-evaluation twice a year. Moreover, the CM Dashboard was inaugurated for the result analysis of class X and XII examination. Steps will be taken for education quality by the CM Dashboard. Chouhan also replied to the questions of the students. After the dialogue with the students, CM Chouhan distributed free cycles to the students of class VI and IX. Commissioner Public Instructions Neeraj Dubey proposed the vote of thanks.