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Haryana to open over 100 Sanskriti Model Schools

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Sanskriti Model Schools

To boost the New Education Policy, the Haryana government has recently decided to open more ‘Sanskriti Model Schools’. The move has been taken to further improve the quality of education.

Cabinet Minister Kanwar Pal said that apart from the 22 schools already functioning the state would be opening more schools.

The decision was taken in a meeting held that also discussed the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 along with other issues. A total of 104 Sanskriti Model Schools would be operational once more schools are opened, he added.

“These schools will further improve the quality of education in the state,” he said. The Government of Haryana has also decided to open 1,000 play way schools. These would help in providing quality education and learning in the students aged three to six years.

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Recently officers were directed to upgrade Anganwadi centres, which were currently running inside the premises of primary schools, into smart learning play ways by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

The chief minister had said, “ the curriculum of these schools should be designed in the form of animations and audio-visuals to help children enhance their cognitive learning.”

Recently the schools in Haryana had been allowed by the High Court to collect the school fee in lieu of the online classes they were conducting.

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