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Guwahati : Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurated an Adarsha Vidyalaya and Rangmahal Higher Secondary School at Rangmahal on the North Bank of the Brahmaputra on June 19.
Speaking at the event, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma expressed his joy over the development, highlighting the establishment of 18 Adarsha Vidyalayas under CBSE that will offer education in the English language, along with 19 vidyalayas in tea garden areas that will provide instructions in Assamese. He paid tribute to the individuals who played a crucial role in establishing Rangmahal Higher Secondary School, which has been nurturing human resources in the area for a considerable period.
“The government is committed to setting up Adarsha Vidyalayas in all 126 Assembly Constituencies, with construction of 55 schools already completed and work on the remaining 71 in progress. These Adarsha Vidyalayas will be equipped with smart classrooms, science laboratories, computer laboratories, libraries, and the “Project Child” initiative to foster both mental and physical development of students,” cm sarma said.
The Chief Minister announced plans for the establishment of another Adarsha Vidyalaya in Changsari and the revamp of 2000 vernacular medium schools across the state, with a budget of Rs. 10 crore allocated to each school. He also highlighted the significant development projects taking place in North Guwahati and the upcoming Guwahati-North Guwahati bridge, which will further enhance the area’s importance.
During the event, CM Dr. Sarma distributed free textbooks to the students of Adarsha Vidyalaya. Environment and Forest Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary, MP Queen Oja, and Prof. Nani Gopal Mahanta, Adviser to Education, Government of Assam, were also present.