Govt to setup 449 new schools in Uttar Pradesh
November 01, 2011
New Delhi: The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA), has approved the Annual Plan Proposal of Uttar Pradesh (2011 – 2012) with a total outlay of Rs.537 crores under which 449 new schools will be setup.
The existing 233 secondary schools will also be strengthened, which includes building additional classrooms, laboratory, Library, Laboratory
Equipment, water facility and toilet blocks.
The MHRD has also approved a total outlay of Rs.567.5 lakhs as School Grants for 1135 Government Schools and a provision of Rs.100.5 lakhs for the repair of existing 402 Government Schools.
“Capacity Building of existing teachers, principals and new teachers which includes Induction Training of 2288 teachers of 318 schools approved in 2010-11, In-service Training of 26258 Mathematics, Science, Social Science and English teachers and Leadership Training of 600 principals has been approved with an earmarked amount of Rs.462.96 lakh”, the MHRD said in a statement here.
Training of 18160 School Management and Development Committee (SMDC) Members has also been approved at an amount of Rs.108.96 lakh.
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