Tribune News Service
Faridabad, September 14
As many as 89 more government schools in the district are to be developed as Model Sanskriti Schools.
These include five schools of senior secondary and 84 schools of primary level. The district already has 10 government schools, including three senior secondary schools, which have been functioning as model schools.
An official claimed that in the list of 112 new Model Sanskriti Senior Secondary Schools and 981 new Model Sanskriti Primary Schools released by state government, Faridabad has got a quota of five schools at the senior secondary level and 84 schools at the primary level.
The Senior Secondary Schools here which are to be upgraded as Model Sanskriti Schools include Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS), Nangla; GSSS Prithla; GSSS Tigaon; GSSS Badkhal; and GSSS NIT.
The GSS schools which are already functioning as model schools in the district are located at Sarai, Ballabgarh and Sector 55 here.
The department has also released the list of 84 government primary schools in the district which are to be upgraded as Model Sanskriti Primary Schools. The total number of such schools will go up to 94 with 10 schools designated as model schools.
Claiming that the move comes in the wake of the announcement by the Chief Minister, an official said the new schools would feature better infrastructure including well-trained staff, digital learning, Wi-Fi, e-library, biometric attendance, solar energy powered rooms, attendance and stress on learning through English medium.
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