Haryana will improve 113 schools in 64 blocks across 20 districts to senior secondary schools.
13 schools in Sirsa district, 11 in Karnal district, and 10 in Jind and Hisar districts are among those being improved. According to an official spokeswoman, the schools that will be improved have at least 80 students in classes 9 and 10, and the nearest senior secondary school is three kilometers away.
Meanwhile, under the Pradhan Mantri Schools for Rising India (PM-SHRI) initiative, two schools (one senior secondary school and one elementary school) would be established in each block of the state and developed as PM-SHRI Model Sanskriti Schools.
One lakh new homes
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar stated on Thursday that one lakh residences will be built in the next phase of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). During a jan samvad event in Mandlana village in Mahendergarh district, Khattar stated that the state government will also offer financial help to cooperative societies ready to provide refuge to needy cattle by erecting gaushalas.
In the previous eight and a half years, the state administration, according to Khattar, has ensured growth across the state and without prejudice.
He stated that individuals are taking advantage of assistance programmes while sitting at home as a result of different digital-driven efforts. Khattar honored the second day of jan samvad by awarding tablets to deserving women students of government schools who succeeded in board examinations at Mahendergarh’s Nangal Choudhary block.
The CM declared Sihma village in Mahendragarh to be a sub-tehsil. He claims that e-tendering for panchayat development activities will increase transparency and assure the quality of building work.