576 Hindi and Sanskrit Teachers Join Odisha Govt High Schools

Bhubaneswar: As many as 576 Hindi and Sanskrit teachers on Thursday joined various government high schools in Odisha.

Among the new recruits, 368 are Hindi and 208 are Sanskrit teachers.

An orientation programme along with Nijukti Parba was organized at the convention centre of Lok Seva Bhawan in the presence of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

Welcoming the new teachers, the Chief Minister said that education changes the thinking and consciousness of a nation and inspires students to dream big.

He urged the teachers to inspire the children towards fulfilling their dreams. He also advised to create role models for the students through knowledge and values.

Expressing that the 5T school transformation programme is continuing with this goal, the CM said that this has brought about a complete transformation in the infrastructure and environment of schools in the state.

There has been a significant improvement in the quality of education in all government and government-aided schools of the state.

The Chief Minister further stated that 4605 new classrooms, 16,920 smart classrooms, 7863 modern laboratories, 7920 e-libraries have been created through the high school transformation programme.

Emphasis is being given on the recruitment of teachers in the state, the CM said.

The state government has appointed 4742 teachers in the current academic year at the secondary level, he added.

School and Mass Education Minister Sudam Marndi, Departmental Secretary Aswathy S and other officials were present in the programme.

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