Assam CM launches ‘Vidya Rath

In a fresh pattern in Assam, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday launched a mission ‘Vidya Rath- College on Wheels’, geared in direction of imparting elementary education to economically challenged youngsters of the society. 

The mission used to be launched at a feature held at the premises of Gauhati High Court docket in Assam by Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma along with Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court docket Justice RM Chhaya. 

Talking at the match in Gauhati High Court docket, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma acknowledged, “The Vidya Rath- College on Wheels mission will likely be helpful in empowering economically challenged youngsters academically.”

“There can’t were a more auspicious occasion for launching this noble reason than the occasion of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav when we are celebrating 75 years of our independence. I sincerely hope that this mission will likely be really helpful in bringing our children who hitherto remain outside the ambit of formal education”.

He further spoke about momentous feats carried out by India since its Independence. Sarma acknowledged that the country has carried out worthy progress in science and technology, in clinical science, in mission, and others. 

Upliftment of the socio-economically disadvantaged sections is mandatory: CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

Terming India as one in all the fastest-rising economies on this planet, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma further acknowledged, “India of our dreams can’t be carried out with out the uplift of the socio-economically disadvantaged sections. Therefore, the mission Vidya Rath: College on wheels launched, will go a prolonged approach in imparting education to the economically challenged youngsters and back them to empower academically”.

Sarma acknowledged that youngsters are the approach forward for the nation and it’s disheartening to take a look at youngsters engaged in begging in the streets, railway stations, and bus stops. Some of them are viewed picking up garbage and bottles. Ideally, they’d aloof be in faculties framing the foundations for a shiny future. He further acknowledged it’s far terribly painful to take a look at youngsters throwing in the towel of college owing to their family’s unhappy financial situation and wandering around, in the extinguish getting outmoded to substance abuse. 

Sarma while addressing the gathering at Gauhati High Court docket acknowledged, “Central and Convey governments construct simplest of the efforts in teaching youngsters, nonetheless, aloof a little bit of children are outside the ambit of formal education.”

Assam Chief Minister Sarma further expressed his gratitude to the Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court docket RM Chhaya for taking part in a well-known feature to implement the mission in Assam. 

Thanking every stakeholder namely, the Executive of Assam, Assam Convey Impartial staunch Products and companies Authority, Guwahati High Court docket Impartial staunch Products and companies Committee, District Impartial staunch Products and companies Authority Kamrup (Metro), Assam Convey Transport Company, Assam Sarba Siksha Mission, GMDA and the many NGOs for coming together for this noble reason, he assured the most tasty which which it’s good to imagine reinforce and cooperation by the Convey authorities for making Vidya Rath-College on Wheels mission a paunchy success. 

Vidya Rath-College on Wheels mission 

The Vidya Rath-College on Wheels will reportedly present access to elementary education to underprivileged youngsters for 10 months. After 10 months, the youngsters will likely be integrated into the outdated skool map of education. Young of us will likely be supplied with uniforms and textbooks and free-mid day meals below the mission. 

A host of other dignitaries namely, Executive Chairman, Assam Convey Impartial staunch Products and companies Authority Justice N Koteswar Singh, Chairman, Gauhati High Court docket Impartial staunch Products and companies Committee Justice Suman Shyam had been show camouflage on the occasion.

Image: ANI

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