STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Former Deputy Chief Minister and Senior Leader BJP, Kavinder Gupta on Friday said the initiatives being undertaken in education sector would ensure that children studying in government schools are provided with quality avenues, so that they can contribute in the development of the state and the country. Speaking at the function organised in connection with launching works for construction of additional classrooms in Government Middle School (GMS), KaryaniTalab, Narwal in Gandhi Nagar Constituency, Kavinder said that government has initiated multiple efforts for augmentation of school infrastructure adding that proper infra is essential to ensure students get maximum opportunity to learn. He said that special attention is being paid to systematically introducing newer technologies in education in government schools to make education, learning process simpler for students. “Onus lies on us to provide students with quality facilities in education and sports so that they can bring laurels to the country and the state”, he added. The works have been sanctioned under RMSA/SSA at an estimated cost of Rs 5.4 lakh. In Gandhi Nagar Constituency more than 60 rooms have been constructed under this scheme and 22 more such additional class rooms have been sanctioned for different schools. “The Government is committed to improve standards of education in the State. In order to achieve this objective, the government has launched various educational schemes and scholarship programmes for welfare of talented youth”, he said. Among those who were present on the occasion include Vinay Gupta, Sarpanch Sabia Choudhary; Panch Arifa Bano; Meeran Sharma Incharge C headmaster, Bilquees Majeed, Amit Sharma and Sunny Sangotra. Meanwhile Gupta congratulated the people of the State on getting the Union cabinet Approval for proposal for two AIIMS in the state.
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