Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has announced that the state government will be opening school for meritorious students where free education will be provided for children of lower financial income families. Those interested to apply need to qualify the state-level entrance test conducted for admission to the school which will have classes from standard 6 to 12. The announcement was made during state governments e- samvad programme by Cheif Minister. According to the announcement made, the school will take fees only from those students from financially sound parents and use the money for the education of poor. The state Chief Minister while highlighting the state government’s commitment for quality higher education, spoke about his plans for a National Law College, residential Science College for the postgraduate studies and Research along with a Skill Development College in the state.
The chief minister also said that the exams of a student from Chamoli who was selected for admissions in London School of Arts and all the arrangements for the education were made by the state government. He also showed the example of hard work through that of an IAS officer in Uttarakhand who was a labourer earlier. The chief minister inspired the students to choose any career they wish to but their ultimate goal must always be that of serving the nation. With the COVID-19 lockdown across the country, the Schools in the state have also been closed since March 2020. The state universities have been asked by the UGC to conduct the final year examinations as per the recent guidelines.
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