Schemes which are important in interest of people should be implemented with priority: Hemant

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren has directed to implement such schemes on priority basis which are in the interest of the people while those which have failed to come up with satisfactory results their working pattern should be changed.

Reviewing the works of SC ST Minorities and OBC department he directed to make rules to fill the vacant posts of teachers in the schools which are run for the children of these communities and the recruitment process should be completed within a fixed time frame.

He asked the officials to run the residential schools on the lines of model schools and premised should be also ably maintained. He said that in the schools facilities of hockey, football, archery, medical services should be present and quality education should be provided.

In the meeting Secretary of the Department Amitabh Kaushal said that in the state there are 175 residential schools out of which 98 are for boys and 45 are for girls. He said that overall pass percentage of the students in these schools in the 10th board exam was 91.45 percent with 69.02 percent passing in first division.

The Chief Minister directed the officials to ensure that the pending construction of Eklavya Model Schools be completed in the state as soon as possible. He also asked them to conduct a survey of the hostels which are being operated by the welfare department and undertake repairs wherever necessary along with that proper water, power, bed and kitchen facilities should be also ensured.

The Chief Minister directed that under the Shaheed Gram Vikas Yojana all the works should be completed within a year and all the villages which have been selected under the scheme their images should be changed. He said that birth place of tribal martyrs should be accorded top priority in this scheme.

The Chief Minister asked rhe officials to complete all the works in the Birsa Munda central Jail Museum by the year end and directed to form a society to run the museum. He asked the officials to also speed up the task of distributing forest pattas.

Those present in the meeting also included Welfare Minister Champai Soren, Chief Secretary Sukhdeo Singh and others.

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