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5T school transformation programme has created opportunities for the children of Odisha

Bhubaneswar: 2/5/23:The 5T school transformation programme has created opportunities for the children of Odisha to realize their dreams.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has made this remark while dedicating another 449 transformed schools in five districts on the third day of the third phase of the State Government’s ambitious High School Transformation Programme under the 5T initiatives.

The dedicated schools include 233 schools in Balasore, 64 high schools in Nayagarh, 58 schools in Nuapada, 49 schools in Sundargarh and 45 schools in Rayagada.

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With this, a total of 1134 high schools have been transformed in the three days in the third phase of the programme.

It is worth noting that 3981 schools have been transformed in the State in the last two phases. After the completion of the three phases, a total of 6132 schools will be transformed, as per official release.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister also said that the success of the students is the success of Odisha. Efforts have been made to provide all modern facilities to the children in 5T schools.

The Chief Minister said that the children could take this opportunity to showcase their talent, the glory of their own and their families would increase as well as the glory of the entire Odisha.

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The students said that 5T School Transformation Programme has improved their school environment and enhanced their confidence. They have expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister for this.Secretary to CM (5T) VK Pandian has moderated the programme


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