Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami inaugurated Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Hostel at Baniawala, Premnagar on Sunday and provided uniforms to the girls. On the occasion of New Year, the Chief Minister encouraged the girls by cutting a cake along with them. He inspected the hostel and also observed various arrangements. On this occasion, the Chief Minister announced that in order to promote the health and hygiene of the girl students studying in all the government schools of the state, a fund of Rs. Will go Subhash Chandra Bose Hostel Baniyawala and Gadarpur will be upgraded and girl students from class 9th to 12th will be given school education through free residential facility. New Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose residential hostel will be constructed in Champawat.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami wished everyone a happy New Year and said that on the occasion of New Year, this residential hostel has been dedicated to the girls of the poor and deprived sections of the society; will get. He said that there are 11 residential hostels in the state, the government is trying to increase their number further. The Chief Minister said that a country can become powerful and prosperous only through education. Every possible effort is being made by the state government for the qualitative improvement of education in the state. He said that the country has entered the nectar festival of independence. The coming 25 years are very important for India. Our youngsters are the future of India. Everyone will have to make efforts in this direction so that these young children get good education and discipline.
The Chief Minister said that India is progressing rapidly under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Today’s new India is moving forward to fulfill new resolutions. India’s respect, honor and self-respect has increased at the global level. Uttarakhand is also setting new records of development under the guidance of the Prime Minister. Along with ensuring the all-round development of Uttarakhand, the state government is continuously working for the achievement of its “unchangeable resolve” to make Uttarakhand the “best state” of the country by the year 2025.
Director General of Education and State Project Director Samagra Shiksha Banshidhar Tiwari said that 11 residential hostels are being run in the state for the children of deprived, destitute and economically weaker sections of the society. Free food, accommodation, uniforms, teaching material etc. are being provided to the students through these hostels. The total capacity of these residential hostels is 750 students. Presently 650 students are studying in these, while the process of admission of 100 students is in progress. He also thanked District Magistrate Sonika for providing Rs 11 lakh for the construction of kitchens and other materials for four hostels in Dehradun district.
On this occasion, Secretary R. Meenakshi Sundaram, District Magistrate Dehradun Sonika, Chief Education Officer Dehradun Dr. Mukul Kumar Sati and other officers of Education Department were present.