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Assam government to establish 8 new Adarsha Vidyalayas in the state

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has made a noteworthy announcement for the education sector in Assam by declaring the creation of eight new Adarsha Vidyalayas in different districts of the state.

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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has made a noteworthy announcement for the education sector in Assam by declaring the creation of eight new Adarsha Vidyalayas in different districts of the state. This move is in line with the government’s continuous endeavours to improve the standard of education and increase its accessibility.

Model schools, or Adarsha Vidyalayas, are an essential component of the government of India’s Rashtriya Madhyamik Siksha Abhijan (RMSA), Assam. Since they started operations on January 1, 2015, these schools have attempted to offer excellent education, especially in remote locations. The Chief Minister’s latest declaration is in line with the government’s revolutionary plan to establish additional Adarsha Vidyalayas and enhance the state’s educational system.

The Chief Minister’s dedication of inauguration of an Adarsha Vidyalaya in North Guwahati on June 20, 2023, is additional evidence of his dedication to education. Situated at Rangmahal on the North Bank of the Brahmaputra, this educational institution shares a site with the concurrently founded Rangmahal Higher Secondary School. It is anticipated that the simultaneous inauguration will promote healthy competition among learners and assist in the development of human resources in the region.

These Adarsha Vidyalayas would have smart classrooms, science labs, computer labs, and libraries, as Chief Minister Sarma has underlined. They will also include ‘Project Child,’ which is designed to support students’ physical and mental growth. With 55 now built and the rest 71 still under construction, the government’s aim calls for the establishment of Adarsha Vidyalayas affiliated with the CBSE in all 126 Assembly Constituencies.

In addition, the Assam government intends to renovate 2000 state-wide vernacular medium schools, each requiring an expenditure of Rs. 10 crores. The government’s commitment to ensure that students from economically disadvantaged homes have the chance to learn English in government schools is demonstrated by its all-encompassing approach to education reform.

These changes coincide with the declaration made by the Chief Minister on August 25, 2023, that four recently combined districts—Biswanath, Hojai, Bajali, and Tamulpur—will be recreated, returning Assam to having 35 districts in total. The district reorganisation and Adarsha Vidyalaya expansion represent a larger plan to decentralise and enhance education services across the state.

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