By | 04 Nov 2022 at 9:56 AM
PM SHRI Schools portal launched by Dharmendra Pradhan; know PMSHRI school scheme for schools

PM SHRI Schools: The implementation of the National Education Policy in the country has begun. Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Education, Skill Development, and Entrepreneurship, launched the PMShri (Prime Minister’s School for Rising India) portal for school selection on Thursday. will accept applications from all state governments. Two government schools from each block will be able to apply for this scheme.

The government has established specific criteria for the selection of schools. According to the Department of School Education and Literacy’s (DOSEL) website, PM Shree School is a Government of India-sponsored scheme. The initiative aims to establish 14,500 PM Shree schools that will be managed by the Central Government/State/UT Government/Local Bodies such as Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), who will be responsible for each student’s education system. It is necessary to understand

What will be unique about PM Shri Schools?

PM Shri Schools will use a modern, transformative approach to education. Under the new education policy, these schools will provide discovery-oriented education with a greater emphasis on learning.

Smart classrooms, sports facilities, and modern infrastructure will be available at these schools. This will benefit tens of thousands of students.

These will be model schools, fully compliant with the National Education Policy (NEP). The Centre will provide them with funding.

The most recent technology will be used for teaching and learning in computer labs, laboratories, libraries, and other locations.

There will be play schools in these government schools. Education will be provided in PM Shree schools from class 3 to class 12.

PM Shree schools will be established in two blocks of each district across the country. Vidya Samiksha Kendra will be linked to these schools. This centre will evaluate the school’s, teachers’, and students’ performance.

These schools will use a discovery-oriented and learning-centered teaching method. Children will learn new skills. They will be motivated to conduct experiments, conduct research, and make new discoveries. Instead of memorising, they will be taught to comprehend.

These schools will be transformed into green schools. Their campuses will be designed in such a way that everything from water conservation to waste recycling and electricity conservation will be considered. There will be art rooms as well. Children will become more inventive.