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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik dedicates 323 transformed High Schools in districts of the state

Bhubaneswar:6/5/23: As part of the 5T High School Transformation programme, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today dedicates another 323 transformed High Schools in districts of the state.

Today, on the fifth day of the third phase of the 5T High School Transformation programme, a total of 323 transformed high schools were dedicated which includes 62 high schools in Khurda district, 62 in Bargarh district, 100 in Mayurbhanj district, 23 in Boudh district and 76 in Nabarangpur district.

With this, a total of 1816 transformed high schools have been dedicated in five days in the third phase of the programme. Notably, 3,981 schools have been transformed in the state in the last two phases.

After the completion of the three phases, there will be a total of 6,132 ‘5T’ Transformed High Schools in the state..

Minister of Science and Technology Ashok Panda from Khurda, Atabira MLA Snehangini Chhuriya from Bargarh, Minister of Women and Child Development Ms. Basanti Hembram from Mayurbhanj, Minister of Information and Public Relations h Pradeep Kumar Amat of Boudand District Planning Committee Chairman and Dabugaon MLA Manohar Randhari from Nabarangpur were present in the program.

Coordinating the program 5T Secretary V.K. Pandian said that all the properties or assets that have been created in the transformation of the schools have been built with the money of the people of Odisha. Therefore, he said that the Chief Minister hope that all will maintain the property of the school like their own property. He further state that all the schools of the state will be transformed by December 2023.

In this program, Commissioner-cum-Secretary, School and Mass Education Department, Ashwathi S delivered the welcome speech and the Special Project Director of OSEPA gave vote of thanks. Principal Secretaries and Secretaries of various departments were present.

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