MP News: The Shivraj Singh Chouhan government of Madhya Pradesh keeps on bringing many schemes for the people of the state. Along with this, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has taken many such decisions for the state, which directly affect the public. In such a situation, it is being said that the education system of Madhya Pradesh has improved a lot and its quality has also changed a lot. Madhya Pradesh has illuminated its name in the education sector. Let us tell you that the ‘School Drop Out Rate’ in Madhya Pradesh has come down from 4.92 percent to 1.35. If said in simple language, earlier 4.92 percent children used to drop out of school, which has now come down to 1.35.
Big claim in report
Let us tell you that according to the report of National Achievement Survey, now Madhya Pradesh has come fifth in the country in terms of school drop out rate. Also, the report said that the number of primary schools, secondary schools, high schools and higher schools in Madhya Pradesh has increased than before. Along with this, STEAM education system has been implemented in MP. Under this system, school children are taught technology, science, engineering and arts together. Along with this, the quality of skill education is also taught to the children.
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Shivraj government increased education budget
It is clear from this report that the Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh has done a better job in education. The BJP government under the leadership of CM Shivraj is doing a great job. At the same time, the Shivraj government has also increased the budget in the field of education. It is being told that the government has increased the budget of education by 12 percent. This step of the government has improved school education in the state.
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