Cadre merger work of teachers to be completed by September 30

31 Aug 2018

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan shared information at village Ladkui of Sehore district that cadre for teachers has been formed in the state. Work of cadre merger will be completed by September 30. Education will be transformed into a public campaign in the state. Active participation of the society will be ensured through ‘Mil Banche Madhya Pradesh programme. The Chief Minister urged teachers that they should teach children earnestly and prepare them to move towards future. The Chief Minister was addressing students, parents and teachers at the State level ‘Mil Banche Madhya Pradesh’ programme held at Ladkui village.

CM Chouhan told the students that they should also take interest in creative and healthy activities like sports and yoga along with the studies. They should not worry about small failures. Be confident and keep patience, only then they will be able to gain control over difficulties of living comfortably. He informed the students about the government schemes being implemented in the state to facilitate and help them in pursuing higher education. He told the parents that they should also encourage children to participate in other creative activities along with studies. Do not pressurize them unnecessarily as it hampers the proper development of children. CM Chouhan further mentioned that together we will have to take initiative to solve small problems in schools. If Parents-Teachers Associations resolve they could transform their schools into model schools.

Elaborating on ‘Mil Banche Madhya Pradesh’ programme, CM Chouhan informed that over 2 lakh 50 thousand people from different sections of the society have joined this programme as volunteers. He stated that it is the responsibility of the people that they visit the school where they have pursued studies at least once to teach students. He mentioned that this activity will generate a feeling of self-satisfaction and enjoyment.

Chief Minister becomes a teacher in ‘Mil Banche Madhya Pradesh’ programme

The Chief Minister taught children and recited inspirational stories in the programme. He taught children about the morality and concentration. In memory of his mother Late Smt. Suder Devi Chouhan, the Chief Minister distributed notebooks to all the students of the government schools of Budhni Assembly Constituency.

Student Madhu Verma to receive Rs. One lakh reward

Chief Minister Chouhan announced a reward of Rs. One lakh for class 7 student Sushri Madhu Verma, the resident of Manjikhedi, situated near Ladkui village. She had left her studies as there was no middle school in her village. Along with the studies, she showed interest in football and brought laurels to Ladkui along with Sehore district and the state at a national level.

During the programme, the Reserve Bank of India, Narmada-Jhabua Regional Rural Bank and CII individually gave books of one thousand sets of different subjects for the students to Shri Chouhan under the ‘Gift a Book’ programme. Minister District In-Charge Shri Rampal Singh, Administrator of APEX Bank Shri Ramakant Bhargava, Chairman of M.P. State Warehousing Corporation Shri Rajendra Singh Rajput, other Public Representatives, school students, teachers, parents and eminent citizens in large number were present on the occasion.