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5T School Transformation Campaign in Odisha.

by Nita Mishra

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik inaugurated 361 transformed 5T School in five districts, namely Mayurbhanj, Sambalpur, Nuapada, Rayagada, and Balangir.

These newly transformed schools consist of 105 high schools in Mayurbhanj, 63 in Sambalpur, 33 in Nuapada, 60 in Rayagada, and 100 in Balangir.

Notably, this initiative is part of the larger 5T School Transformation Campaign, with a total of 6883 schools in the state already undergoing transformation in three phases. The fourth phase will see the inauguration of 1794 transformed high schools, bringing the total number of transformed schools in the state to 8677 upon completion.

Expressing gratitude, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik thanked MLAs, Panchayat representatives, school management committees, teachers, students, and parents for their cooperation in this transformative program.

Addressing the students, the Chief Minister emphasized that government schools are now the best platform for building a bright future. He encouraged students to make the most of the newly transformed schools and focus on their studies to secure a promising future.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik highlighted the ongoing transformation era in Odisha, extending from schools to various sectors like colleges, hospitals, tourist spots, monasteries, temples, panchayats, and villages. He emphasized the significant role of the school transformation program in building the future of the state.

Speaking directly to the children, Chief Minister Patnaik informed them about the technological enhancements in their schools, such as smart classrooms, computers, and state-of-the-art laboratories. He urged the students to apply the 5T principles in their lives, emphasizing the importance of teamwork, integrity, and time management.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik also revealed that 15 percent of seats in medical and engineering colleges are reserved for students graduating from government schools. He commended the noticeable improvement in the quality of education in government schools, leading to increased enthusiasm among students.

In conclusion, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik urged the students to follow the 5T principle, learn new technologies, work collaboratively, practice integrity, and value time. He emphasized that these principles would pave the way for success and transformation in their lives.

The program also featured students sharing their positive experiences with the 5T school transformation. Officials from the School and Mass Education Department, OSEPA, and various departments were present during the event.

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