Mukhyamantri Sikshya Puraskar Yojana for schools transformed under the 5T initiative and other schools was launched today by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. Patnaik officially confirmed annual awards of Rs 100 crore per year for school students, educational institutions and principals, teachers, sarpanches, school management committees, and alumni for accomplishing effective learning and teaching. 50,000 students, 1,500 principals, school management committees, sarpanches, and alumni will receive awards. The awards were announced by the Chief Minister during the closing ceremony of the state-level Children’s Day celebrations at the Government High School in Unit IX here today.
Patnaik launched Digi Locker for the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) and the Board of Secondary Education on this occasion (BSE). Certificates, mark sheets, and other student documents can be kept safe in this virtual locker and will be easily accessible. There will be no chance of theft or loss. In his address to the students, the Chief Minister made three critical suggestions. The first is the hour’s call. He stated that students value their time. The Chief Minister stated that now is the time for children to acquire knowledge, stating that by doing the right thing at the right time, children can stay ahead. He advised children to forge their own identities by excelling in all areas, including sports, dance, and music.\
Second, the Chief Minister stated that “change is unavoidable,” and that one must move forward with time and accept change. While advising them to prepare for future challenges, he stated that the main goal of the 5T transformation is to prepare children for future challenges. He advised children to cultivate a scientific temperament. Third, when explaining their responsibilities to the children, he told them not to forget their responsibility and respect for those who had contributed to their lives, such as teachers, family, village, and school. On this occasion, the Chief Minister presented awards to students who had excelled in various fields, as well as unveiled a coffee table book, magazine, and newsletter titled “Mo School.”
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