Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann launches ‘Faculties of Eminence’ mission; goals at reimagining training in authorities faculties
Mohali, January 21
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Saturday launched his authorities’s bold mission Faculties of Eminence, saying it’s a “revolutionary” step in guaranteeing a golden future for the scholars and in addition an enormous leap in the direction of turning into an actual frontrunner in training.
A finances of Rs 200 crore has been earmarked for the Faculties of Eminence mission.
The mission goals at reimagining training in authorities faculties envisioning holistic improvement of scholars and getting ready them to be accountable residents. Its 5 pillars are state-of-the-art infrastructure, lecturers, human useful resource administration, sports activities and co-curricular actions and group engagement, a senior official mentioned.
Below the Faculties of Eminence mission, 117 authorities faculties in 23 districts shall be upgraded with a particular emphasis on courses 9 to 12.
The official mentioned moreover career-related counselling, revolutionary educating practices shall be adopted and steerage for skilled exams will even be offered to college students.
Mann mentioned these faculties are being set as much as cherish the aspirations of the liberty fighters which can groom college students for futuristic wants and assist Punjab emerge as a job mannequin within the training sector.
The day will not be far when these authorities faculties will present a greater training than the non-public faculties, he mentioned.
“Such faculties have already revolutionised the training sector in Delhi. Now it’s the flip of Punjab the place this mannequin shall be applied efficiently,” Mann mentioned.
Describing lecturers as nation builders, the chief minister mentioned they need to play a pivotal function in bringing qualitative change within the training sector.
About his authorities’s choice to ship 36 lecturers to Singapore for coaching, he mentioned it is going to assist them study the superior practices prevailing across the globe.
He alleged the earlier governments ignored the training sector and that a number of college students have been pressured to go away their training in between.
“These leaders needed to provide a push to their political profession whereas compromising with the way forward for the scholars from weaker and underprivileged sections of society. On account of regressive insurance policies of those leaders, the state lagged in fields of well being and training thereby jeopardising the progress of youth,” Mann alleged.