On Children’s Day, the Chief Minister launched the ‘Sugghar Padhvaiya’ scheme.

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Children are the real nation-builders of the future. Their upbringing and education must be planned carefully. What you learn as a child will serve you well throughout your life. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel made these remarks during a Children’s Day programme held at the Science College campus. The program’s unique feature was that the schoolchildren conducted in the presence of the Chief Minister.

On the birth anniversary of the country’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel addressed the school children at the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium in the Science College campus of the capital Raipur. Extending best wishes on Children’s Day, the Chief Minister said that a strong nation can be built only through quality education. Chief Minister also released the books Sugghar Padvaiya’ and ‘Laika Man Ke Goth’. School students also performed patriotic songs, Chhattisgarhi dances and songs, and karate during the programme.

In the program, the Chief Minister also honoured four talented children of the state Rakesh Kumar, Sanjana Bandhe, Deepika Thakur and Vidya Rajput. Presiding over the program on this occasion, School Education Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam said that according to the intention of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the State Government is paying attention to the field of education, and remarkable work is being done. It will bring better results in future.
Parliamentary Secretaries Dwarkadhish Yadav and Vikas Upadhyay, Principal Secretary Dr Alok Shukla, Managing Director of Samagra Shiksha Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, Officer Employees of the School Education Department and students from different districts of the state were present in large numbers in the program.
Chief Minister Baghel also appreciated the drawing made with feet by Bhavna Sahu, a class 11th handicapped student of Bhanveda in the Kanker district, in the program.

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