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Odisha Chief Minister inaugurated another 158 transformed schools in five districts

Bhubaneswar:18/11/21: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday inaugurated another 158 transformed schools in five districts including Malkangiri, Jharsuguda, Kalahandi, Mayurbhanj, and Khurda.

To date, 689 Transformed schools have been made available to students. In the first phase of the 5T School Transformation program, 1,075 transformed schools in 30 districts of the state are being inaugurated.

Of the 158 schools inaugurated today six are from Malkangiri, 25 in Jharsuguda, 29 in Kalahandi, 60 in Mayurbhanj, and 38 in Khurda.


During the launch event, students from five districts interacted with the chief minister about the school’s transformation program. Papuni Mandi of Malkangiri, Shalini Tripathi of Jharsuguda, Kumudini Bandichhod of Kalahandi, Madhusmita Sahu of Mayurbhanj and Uday Prakash Behera of Khurda took part in the discussion.

“We are excited about the smart facilities available in the transformed school. It has strengthened our morale to meet our goal” they said.

When asked the chief minister about what they wanted to do in the future, the students said they would become IAS officers, teachers, doctors, engineers, social workers, and journalists.


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