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Odisha Government Signs MoU with Ministry of Education for PM SHRI Schools Initiative

The Odisha government is going to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education, Government of India, to implement the PM SHRI Schools initiative. This is a big step toward improving the state’s education system. The Memorandum of Understanding is expected to be signed prior to the start of the 2024–25 school year.

“Odisha Government has taken a far-reaching decision to sign an MoU with Ministry of Education, Government of India to implement PM SHRI Scheme,” the Ministry of Education stated in an official release on X.

“We enthusiastically support this initiative as it reflects our collective dedication to strengthen school education and ensuring the comprehensive development of students in Odisha,” it added.

The PM SHRI scheme, aligned with the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020), aims to establish over 14,500 model schools across India.

The PM SHRI School initiative, a centrally sponsored scheme by the Government of India, aims to establish over 14,500 PM SHRI Schools across the nation, including those managed by Central Government, State/UT Governments, local bodies, KVS, and NVS.

As specified in the National Education Policy 2020, these schools seek to establish an inclusive learning environment in which every student feels respected and supported, while also promoting a culture of active citizenry.

The plan, which is expected to have a direct impact on over 20 lakh pupils, aims to improve school education quality while also driving policy formation and execution. Over a five-year period, from 2022-23 to 2026-27, the program seeks to assist not just the immediate recipients but also act as a model for improving educational standards across the country.

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(Source: NDTV)

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