Nagpur: The students in all Government schools in Nagpur District will have high-quality e-learning facilities soon and would also be imparted skill development education for job opportunities in various fields, the Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule announced. He was speaking at a function organized at Sitabuldi-based Patwardhan High School to co-inside with the opening of schools after summer vacations and to mark admissions fest ceremony.
Other dignitaries present on the occasion include Education Officer (Middle Schools) Satish Mendhe, Headmistress Sudha Wasnik, a number of other teachers and students.
Bawankule further said that efforts are being made to make available buses for rural students for going to schools. “There are no bus services in 124 interior and hilly villages. Absence of bus services puts students in these villages to lots of hardships. This shortcoming also increases the proportion of drop-outs. All these factors would be kept in mind while holding discussions with MSRTC on starting bus services,” the Minister stated.
It has come to notice that power supply is snapped to many schools for non-payment of electricity bills. The Zilla Parishad authorities have been directed from time to time to pay the power bills of schools on time, Bawankule said.
The Guardian Minister, along with students, planted saplings and also distributed school books to students.