Special students of Govt schools to take part in state-level competitions

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Feb 2019 10:52:44


Staff Reporter,


On the directions of the Inclusive Education Mission’s state office, special students of Government schools will be taking part in a State-level sports, literature and cultural programme competitions in Bilaspur. A group of 25 children selected from all four development blocks of the  Raipur set off to Bilaspur on Tuesday. The BRP of Raipur district has shown excellent performance in inclusive education for running educative and co-educative activities. The group consists of M N Verma along with T C Jaiswal, Suvidha Singh, Madhvi Goswami, Shravan Sahu, Mahima Joseph, and Purnima Sahu.

District Education Officer AN Banjara, Assistant Director at Office of District Education Officer Kalawati Bhagat, District Mission Director K S Patle, Maya Verma, Arun Sharma, Khelsingh Nayak, D S Chauhan, Sudhir Ekka and Naresh Singh conveyed best wishes to the group.  Aman, Devendra shine in Handball Tournament Aman Sahu emerged as top scorer with 15 goals in the State-level Handball Tournament. Two students Aman Sahu and Devendra Sahu of Govt Badri Prasad College Arang had represented the Raipur Zone in the tournament.  Notably, Raipur Zone has defeated Bastar 14-5, Mahasamund 17-9 in semi-final and Rajnandgaon 19-8 in the finals to clinch the trophy. Aman Sahu was the top scorer in the tournament. Principal Dr K N Sharma, Sports Officer BL Sahu and other staff gave compliments to the players.

Three teachers selected for orientation course  On the instruction of District Education Officer Ashok Narayan Banjara, three teachers Mitanjali Mahanti of Samoda, Ramji Nishad of Kanki Tilda, and Kanchanlata Yadav of Kuraru Abhanpur have been selected for orientation course organised in New Delhi.

This event started on February 4 and will continue till February 23 at Cultural Resources and Training Centre New Delhi. Main objective of the programme is to conserve the natural, cultural resources along philosophical concept of the arts & culture. Representing the Chhattisgarh, the three teachers learned about the food, culture and traditions of the Telangana, Karnataka, West Bengal, Jammu Kashmir, Maharashtra, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. They also informed about the culture and historical heritage of the Chhattisgarh, informed teacher Arvind Vaishnav.