Pilot for modernization of government schools in Srinagar launched

25 government Schools in J&K will be developed on modern lines to enhance the learning outcomes. The schools have been identified for up gradation in infrastructure and technology.

The intention is to develop school into vibrant education hubs at par with the best schools in the region.

The 25 schools are chosen as pilot in which their infrastructure will be modernized and academic structure revamped. The process will start with the refurbishing of the buildings.

The schools are selected out of 52 government schools of the district. The selection was based on several parameters including the land availability, the strength of the students and the number of teachers on the roll. The funds have been allocated and released for the modernization of these schools.

The funds released so far are to the tune of 3 Cr. INR. for the mission -mode revamping.

It is not just the infrastructure that is set to be revamped but the schools will also be given autonomy to decide in the interest of excellence.

According to the Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Shahid Iqbal Chaudhry, the aim of the project is stated to be development of a method and model for rebuilding the school education sector in the districts. The practices followed in the pilot project in the chosen 25 schools will be replicated across the district.


Vinod Kakumanu

Vinod Kakumanu

Founder & Consultant - School Serv

Vinod Kakumanu heads a team of school services professionals and is an independent commentator on Indian school education scenario. Vinod has assisted school promoters establish 35+ schools besides providing ancillary services to over 1000 schools across India. He envisions a future where quality education is made available to every child of the country. The focus he places on the quality of the deliverables and customer satisfaction has made him renowned in the field of K-12 school education.

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