After the successful campaign from the Government of Odisha of ‘Mo School’, the state government launched another campaign which will unite Odia alumni to their alma mater in the state as ‘Mo College’ campaign.
Due to the safety precaution by the state government for the Covid-19 situation the event was organized through virtual conferencing. The web portal was launched by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and termed upon the Odia Alumni across the world to be a collaborative force in reconstructing their Institutions in their motherland.
As per the official report the campaign aims at making the higher education eco-system more organic and innovative. Around 755 Government colleges and universities which include technical and professional institutions are a part of this campaign. For the smooth functioning of the campaign, a State-level governing body and various committees have been set up. A corpus fund has also been constituted by the State government to support the movement.
During the event, CM Patnaik stated that for the augmentation of the structure and functioning of higher education the Odisha Government has been taking steps. Even this will be the personal contribution of the alumni which will have a magical touch to it.
Unlike ‘Mo School’, ‘Mo College’ will bring a similar response for the higher education institutions. Not only limited to the alumni, but the campaign will also consider Non- alumni philanthropists, charitable organizations, groups of persons, and institutions for this initiative.
Arun Sahu, Higher Education Minister also talked about the campaign and describes it as a unique experiment to reconnect the alumni for the development of the institutions in the State. He also stated that the contribution of our schools and colleges is tremendous in life. Due to which this is the right platform to be a part of the development of the alma mater.
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