A state-level ‘Saksham Samman Samaroh’ will be organised in Panchkula on July 3, Project Director, Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates Programme, Rakesh Gupta said on Saturday, adding that Chief Minister, Manohar Lal will honor those who have been doing commendable work to make the state Saksham in the field of education.
Reviewing various schemes with the officials of across the state through Video Conferencing, Gupta said that many officers of the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and NITI Ayog will also attend this state level function.
He said as a result of the Saksham Yojana, Haryana has established distinct identity at the national level and the teams of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab States had visited the state recently and inquired in detail about the Saksham Yojana so that they could also implement this scheme in their states.
Gupta said the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and NITI Ayog have also appreciated the Saksham Yojana and many states are enthusiastic to study the Saksham Yojana.
The official said the government is trying to further improve the level of government schools and special emphasis will be laid on students of ninth class so that the result of secondary school will improve further. He said interest of students of government schools will be increased in competitive examinations like NTSE and IIT-JEE Mains as well as career counseling.
Gupta said that after making all the districts of the State Saksham and Saksham Plus, work on Saksham 2.0 will be started in August. Under this, students will be made Saksham in all six subjects except Hindi, Mathematics and English, so that they may not be left behind in any field in the era of competition.
The Project Director said that in the forthcoming Batch of Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates, focus will be security and education. Apart from this, the Associates will work closely on the security of women and girls. He said that this year, the Good Governance Associates have done commendable work in Antyodaya Saral Kendra and Saksham Yojana. He also took feedback of Good Governance Associates from all the Deputy Commissioners.