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Sunday, 27 August 2017

Fadnavis promises to give autonomy to education department

Pune: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis promised to give greater freedom and freedom to the education department of the state, according to which the quality of education is dependent on the independence given to educational institutions.
Many foreign educational institutions are reputable and distinguished as they have autonomy. It will also be imitated in the state. But there will be a strict guidelines for running this type of organization, which will have to be followed so that the high standards of education will be maintained, "said Fadnavis.
Fadnavis also published a research journal named 'Dhanamaya' after the inauguration of the Educational Institute of the Progressive Education Society at Warj.
Explaining the importance of proper education, Fadnavis said that if trained people are skilled people, then the dream of a new country can be realized. Young people of the country need to be transformed into useful, skilledly trained young people. This work can be done by a good educational institution and teachers, but the commercialization of education is a matter of concern. The state government will have to pay attention to private academies and government-run educational institutions so that poor students can also get admission in higher education institutions.
The government will use information technology to develop high-quality education institutes in rural areas. About 35,000 schools in the rural areas have been digitized and the teachers of urban section will provide educational knowledge to the students of rural areas through information technology, said Fadnavis.
The Government's name is to develop Maharashtra's educational system as the top educational system in the country. Maharashtra currently has the third rank in the academic level. The state has the desire to get first place in the coming years. In the last two years, Maharashtra has been ranked third from number 13. State schools have also improved. Quality of education has also improved, said Fadnavis

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