New Delhi: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath interacted with the toppers of Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) on Tuesday and also emphasised the importance of smart and quality education.
While interacting with the meritorious students from the state Board in Moradabad, the Chief Minister said, “Our children are the pillars of the golden future of ‘New Uttar Pradesh’. Students should pour in immense hard work and dedication without any fear of failure and the government is here to take care of all their needs in achieving their respective goals.”
Adityanath lauded the toppers for their success and also congratulated the teachers and the family members of the students.
Maintaining that his government is working assiduously towards providing smart and quality education to students in the state, Yogi said that the Abhyudaya scheme is benefiting all the underprivileged children coming from families with lack of financial resources.
Speaking about better implementation of the Abhyudaya scheme to benefit maximum children, the CM said that the government is working to assist every candidate in every district in preparation of various competitive examinations.
Flaying the previous state governments for not working towards improving the education sector in the state, Yogi said. “Whenever selfish people come into politics, they only try to divide society on the basis of language, religion, culture and caste. Their politics is restricted to dynasties and casteism, however, our government worked to provide smartphones and tablets to undergraduate and postgraduate students to hone their skills.”
The CM went on to say that the government is providing optical fiber facility in every gram panchayat, and every person and every school should also move forward in the direction of providing smart and quality education.
Stressing on e-learning, the Chief Minister said that no child should remain deprived of having access to quality education and e-learning platforms should be used to bridge the gap between good tutors and students.