CM praises rise of education quality in Maharashtra
Announces Board of Studies for disabled students and plans to completely digitize education in the state.
While talking to the media regarding the current state of education in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis lauded the way its quality has improved over the years. “For the last few years, Maharashtra was languishing at either 14th or 15th place in terms of quality of education. But we have jumped to the third position in the past one year. In the future, the state will be number one in the education sector,” Fadnavis said.
He went on to lay emphasis on the significant role teachers play in uplifting the lives of countless students. He also revealed that 25,000 schools have embraced the digital way and that his government is committed to ‘Maharashtra Net’ on the lines of ‘Bharat Net’ being implemented by the Centre.
His next big announcement was a long awaited one. “For the divyang (disabled) students, a Board of Studies will be constituted.” The CM concluded by mentioning that the State government is currently focusing on innovative teaching methods and Right to Education among others thing to further boost the quality of education.