It seems that the Jammu and Kashmir government is doing its
bit to help out students as recently it launched 'free winter classes' scheme
to help students prepare for medical and engineering examinations. It was
launched at Government Girls High School, Hyderpora by the Education Minister,
Naeem Akhtar and Roads and Buildings Minister, Altaf Bukhari, stated PTI
report. It's known as the Chief Minister's Super-50 Free Winter Tutorial
What is this Super-50 initiative all about lets understand-
Under this scheme, at state and national level, free
coaching for medical and engineering entrance exams will be provided by the
Department of Education (DOE).
It's not just providing coaching but DOE will also provide
state-of-art facilities like central heating system and free Wi-Fi to Class 10
and 12 students
The main aim is to transform the education system by
providing such facilities.
Apart from above, DOE is also stated to celebrate 2016 as
'Year of Expression' which means providing different language courses. This
will prove to be a value addition to academic qualification of students. Akhtar
confirmed that the motive behind this move is to protect our future generations
and not to secure vote banks or any other political agenda.
Aktar further accredited these reforms in the education
system to chief minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. He called this as people's
movement and said that its CM's visionary approach towards securing Jammu and
Kashmir's future. He further added that the CM provided support to him while
starting these reforms in the education system. It is CM's dream to revive the
academic culture in J&K through these reforms.
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