Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh declared yesterday i.e. Friday that he will eradicate school and college holidays on Jayanti’s i.e. birth anniversaries of great leaders and political idols. Adityanath announced this on the occurrence of 126th Jayanti of Baba Saheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. This day was declared a public holiday by ex- Chief Minister Mayawati.
Yogi Adityanath ironically commented that’ the manner holidays in schools and colleges were declared by the prior system, that day is not so far off when educational instructions will have no days left for teaching’. There are about twenty holidays in Uttar Pradesh and a majority of them were announced by ex- Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.
As per the reports, the schools stay closed for 120 days in the name of Jayanti’s and national holidays. Spraining on the commitment of the government to amount of all possible assists to poor and marginalized people, Adityanath alleged that’ we will labor for all sections of society without discrimination’. Lately UP CM Adityanath also directed executives to make certain that Yoga education programs initiate at all state government schools. He supplementary issued an order to begin compulsory self-defense programs for girl students in these schools. In a gathering of officials from the departments of basic education, secondary education, commercial education, higher education and technical education the UP CM directed that the Rani Laxmibai self-defense programs and yoga training programs be made obligatory.
To quote a few Akhilesh had announced a holiday on Chowdhary Charan Singh Jayanti, Guru Govind Singh Jayanti, Karpoori Thakur Jayanti, Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti, maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, Maharishi Parsuram Jayanti and much more. Akhilesh, as well as Mayawati, together make judgment of Mr. Yogi a political matter as a majority of these holidays were announced on the Jayanti’s of their political icons.
Yogi Adityanath alleged that as an option of asserting holidays on such occurrence schools should be open and teachers should grasp two-hour special classes on the life and works of these leaders. The chief minister also declared unique scholarships at all levels to Dalit students and also proclaimed that his government has already issued directives to the Education Department to share out books, dresses and stationary to students in the primary week of July itself. ‘Previously they get them in December’, he pointed.
He mentioned the hard work of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to expand all 5 places connected with Dr.Ambedakar. He declared that his government will construct thirty districts defecation free by 31st December 2017 and build toilets in three years. He revealed that Modi has vowed in the direction to offer houses to each and every citizen by 2022 and added that ‘My government is also functioning in this direction. We will offer land to poor and Dalits for farming and opening gaushalas’.
In a conference with officers, Adityanath took numerous other decisions regarding up gradations of the education system in the state and wellbeing of schools of both private and public schools and colleges. The UP CM desires to finish the activities of cheating mafias throughout examinations and ordered officials to blacklist all the centers where throng copying takes place and register FIR. The next key decision was to create rules and regulations to discontinue private schools and colleges from charging excessive fees from the parents. He also issued a directive to complete the syllabus in schools within 200 days of commencement of the session all along with the appropriate presence of teachers and students in schools by supervising the attendance by means of biometric devices.
Captivating a quarry at casteist politics Yogi Aditya Nath alleged that Dr. Ambedkar was always aligned with it. He alleged that ‘hard work made by Dr. Ambedakar for the benefit of Dalits and other lower castes are unparalleled’ .the chief minister commenced the Ujala scheme, Samajik Samrasta Bhoj, Kanyadaan scheme and the BHIM application. Afterward, he signed the Power for All agreement with the Centre.