Maharashtra launches Vajpayee international schools for rural students


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Marking the 94th birth anniversary celebrations of the late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis propelled the ‘Bharat Ratna Atal Bihar Vajpayee International Schools’ for understudies in mofussil regions, here on Tuesday.The school is associated to the Maharashtra International Education Board (MIEB), in which 13 Zilla Parishad Schools will join at first with the educational modules in the understudies’ mom tongue.The MIEB has been set up by the state government to accomplish advanced education benchmarks of worldwide measures in the state. “With this, understudies in the provincial territories will get training of universal measures as a component of the express government’s ceaseless endeavors towards esteem instruction,” Fadnavis said.He said impromptu creations have been made with a similar government hardware, instructors, framework, yet with imaginative arrangements. “There is an invert movement, with numerous understudies from English-medium schools coming back to ZP schools, with this universal board giving it a lift,” he said.Fadnavis clarified that the educational programs isn’t a duplicate glue assortment, yet drafted by a group of specialists, for example, Vijay Bhatkar, Anil Kakodkar, Swaroop Sampat, Achuyt Palav and numerous others, with the legislature mediating only for limit building, surrounding methodologies and other vital assistance.Present on the event were Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar, Maharashtra pastors Vinod Tawde, Pankaja Munde, Sadabhau Khot and other dignitaries.One of the tallest pioneers in the nation, Vajpayee filled in as the tenth Prime Minister for three terms, between 1998-2004. He passed away on August 16 this year.


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