Ensuring no one is deprived of education is the greatest service to the nation: CM Yogi

Our schools should become centers of innovation and research: Chief Minister

Lucknow, June 29, 2024 –  Honoring the meritorious students of the state, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath emphasized on Saturday that it is the collective responsibility of people to ensure that no student is deprived of education. He stated, “We must fulfill this duty, as it is the greatest service to the country.”

He further added, “In the Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, educating someone is regarded as the most sacred work.”

At a program organized at Lok Bhavan, the Chief Minister also initiated the transfer of Rs 1200 per student for the purchase of uniforms, shoes, socks, sweaters, stationery, and school bags through DBT to the bank accounts of their parents or guardians.Addressing teachers and the Education department officials, he stated, “You are involved in this sacred work. Your conduct should be that of a guide to society, not merely a government official.” CM Yogi stressed the importance of establishing schools as new centers of innovation and research and preparing students to face the toughest challenges.

After felicitating the brilliant students, CM Yogi expressed that there is no greater honour for a Guru than to see those he has guided achieving high positions in the country, state, and district. He stated, “Through these programs, we are honouring our talented students and presenting them as role models to the new generation, showing that if they also work hard, they will earn respect.”

Sharing his success mantra with the students, CM Yogi emphasized that no matter which field they choose in life, there is no substitute for hard work. He said, “A person who takes shortcuts in life can never reach their destination. Therefore, you should strive to work as hard as you can in life. The students who put in the effort made it to the merit list. Success confirms that we are on the right path and should remain focused and undeterred.”CM Yogi stated that students from Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education, Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Sanskrit Education, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) New Delhi, and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi have been honored here.

He remarked, “A total of 170 students, including 112 girls and 58 boys have made it to the merit list of high school and intermediate. This success demonstrates that our daughters have made significant strides, and there is a need to pay more attention to their education and development.”

He mentioned that in the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education high school examination merit list, 4 boys and 13 girls made the cut out of a total of 17 students. In the intermediate merit list, 14 boys and 22 girls were among the 36 students. For the high school examination of the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Education Council, 2 boys and 9 girls were listed among the 11 students in the merit list.

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