Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday September 5 said the government plans to build 4,000 Anganwadi school buildings and over 23,000 government school buildings over the next three years. These plans also include the construction of separate restrooms for boys and females at each government school.
Speaking on the occasion of Teachers’ Day, which was held by the Department of School Education and Literacy here he said, “The education system should equip students to cope with the issues of current times.” He urged teachers to work consciously and with a clear objective to provide a strong foundation for students’ character development and all-around growth.
The Department is making a list of irregular schools that are unregistered or have not renewed their registration to ensure that children’s education is unaffected. Education Minister B. C. Nagesh said that a commission will be formed to hear the grievances of teachers. He further said that the government will try to implement NEP 2020 for nursery children this year, following the framing of the state curricular framework.
All freedom fighters, including Mahatma Gandhi, had the dream of changing the nation’s education policy, which was established by Macaulay for the British system and is still in place today. “Our goal is to solely introduce the real facts about Indian history and the freedom fight so that students emerge with patriotism,” said Bommai.