Governor Anandiben Patel has called upon the children that they should read any enlightening book with concentration at least 15 minutes daily along with the text books.
They will feel happy transformation in them after some time. The Governor Smt. Patel was addressing the students of government primary and middle school of Adupura of Gwalior district on Saturday.
She also administered pledge to the students to read enlightening books for 15 minutes by raising both their hands.
Patel also distributed fruits and toffees to the children of Adarsh Aaganbadi Centre and primary and middle school on the occasion. Moreover, she also gathered information about studies by interacting with the children.
The Governor has also told the parents that they should pay attention that their children should go regularly for studies. They should ensure that the children do their complete homework. She further mentioned that several great personalities of the country have studied in schools of villages and have earned name and fame in the entire world. She stated that it is also a responsibility of the society to ensure that no children should deprive of education.
During the tour of Adupura village, Smt. Patel also inspected digital class room and computer class. The digital class room and computer class have been established with the cooperation of Muskan Foundation and ITM University respectively. Similarly, slide and swings have been installed in Adupura school campus with the cooperation of social organizations. Smt.
Patel appreciated the arrangements of Adarsh Aaganbadi centre and Government schools. She said that it is a matter of joy that all the girls and boys who had passed class 8th in the last academic session from Adupura school have taken admissions in class 9.
It may be mentioned that the Governor Smt. Patel had conducted an inspection of Aaganbadi Centre and School in the month of February this year and had urged the villagers to get their daughters enrolled in class 9th after passing class 8. This has borne the fruitful result and all the girls of the village have continued further studies.