9,000 schools handpicked for the PM SHRI scheme by Education Ministry.

“We have about 9000 schools on the shortlist. They have earned our complete satisfaction, and we will shortly reveal the names of the schools “a senior MoE official added.

Almost 2.5 lakh government schools, including Kendriya Vidyalayas and Navodaya Vidyalayas, which were judged qualified to apply for the label, were used to choose the institutions. (By Vishal Srivastav for Express)

According to authorities, the Pradhan Mantri Schools for Rising India (PM SHRI) program, which is the ministry’s focus, has selected around 9,000 schools from throughout the nation. The schools were collected from a group of over 2.5 lakh state education, including Kendriya Vidyalayas and Navodaya Vidyalayas, which were confirmed to be qualified for the appellation.

According to officials, they were analyzed based on six broad standards: management, monitoring, and governance; beneficiary satisfaction; inclusive practices and gender equity; curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment; access and infrastructure; human resources – leadership; and access and infrastructure.

“The short section lists over 9000 schools. A senior MoE official stated, “We are quite pleased with them and will be making an announcement on the names of the schools very shortly.

PM SHRI School is a brand-new centrally funded program that aspires to boost a limited number of currently run by all types of government schools in order to establish more than 14500 schools nationally.

The PM SHRI schools will work to provide high-quality instruction for students’ cognitive growth as well as to build and grow whole, well-rounded people who possess essential 21st-century skills.

To upgrade their schools under the PM-SHRI program, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on September 5 of last year, seven states have yet to sign agreements on cooperation (MoUs) with the Education Ministry.

The national government is currently in touch with the administrations of 7 states and UTs, including Delhi, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Jharkhand, in an effort to give everyone student the highest quality of education.

According to the Education Minister, the PM SHRI scheme has the potential to enhance the quality of education in schools and transform them into exceptional learning centers if implemented effectively. The scheme is designed to improve school infrastructure, promote experiential learning, and enhance learning outcomes. The Education Minister has reached out to the relevant states and Union Territories, calling for their support in ensuring the scheme’s successful implementation.

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