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Rajasthan Decided to Run 300 Govt Schools on PPP Mode

Rajasthan Decided to Run 300 Govt Schools on PPP Mode :- Well, A very great news is coming out from the Rajasthan state government cabinet meeting where the minister decided that 300 secondary and senior-secondary government schools in the state would be run on public-private partnership (PPP) model. Also, they said that the PPP model will be on work after this session which means that from next session 300 Schools are going to be under as PPP model.

Reports are coming that State Rural Development Minister Rajendra Rathore said in order to improve the quality of education, out of 9,895 secondary and senior-secondary schools in the state, 300 would be run on PPP mode on a pilot basis. Also, he added that the scheme will not include Adarsh schools and those located in cities and district headquarters. Even Rathore said, adding teachers working in those schools will be incorporated in other government schools.

Rajasthan Decided to Run 300 Govt Schools on PPP Mode

“Similar schemes are already functional in states such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra. The policy has been made and now rules will be framed,” the minister said.

Overall, this is very great news if we see as a rise of education in these schools. Also,  He, however, clarified that There would be no extra burden on parents and students, and facilities such as mid-day meals will continue, Schools, whose results are below average will be run on PPP mode.