HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar Felicitates Delhi School Students

Prakash Javadekar presenting the ‘Gun Gaurav Samman-2018’, at a function, in New Delhi on June 04, 2018
Prakash Javadekar presenting the ‘Gun Gaurav Samman-2018’, at a function, in New Delhi on June 04, 2018

स्कूल और कॉलेज की पढ़ाई है बेकार
इसीलिए तो पढ़ेलिखे भी हैं बेरोज़गार

RMN Foundation – which is a humanitarian organization – is working extensively in the education sector, particularly to improve the school education systems.

As part of its ongoing education awareness campaign in Delhi, RMN Foundation has started presenting a street playचमेली की पढ़ाई – which highlights the problems in the current education system.

India’s Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD), Prakash Javadekar, on Monday felicitated 67 students of class XII who topped in different categories from Delhi and NCR.

These students belonged to KVs, JNVs, government, private and open school, varied social strata and students with special needs and have scored more than 82% marks and above in class XII 2018 exam results .

According to a government statement, the program signifies the effort of the government to bring the meritorious students to the main stream and provide encouragement.

[ Education Dilemma Persists in the Schools of Delhi ]

Gunn Gaurav Samman Samaroh organised by CBSE under the aegis of MHRD is the 3rd consecutive event of this nature which felicitates meritorious students from diverse backgrounds.

During interactions with the students, Javadekar appreciated the extraordinary effort put in by each student and saluted their grit and determination. He advised the students to maintain consistency, focus, and discipline to reach up to their goals.

[ चमेली की पढ़ाई बताए दिल्ली के स्कूलों की सच्चाई ]

There were 5 toppers from Delhi-NCR (including Private Independent schools), 5 students from Kendriya Vidyalaya (Delhi-NCR), 6 students from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (Delhi-NCR), 5 SC/ST category and 6 students from Children with Special Needs Categories, 16 students from Lower Income group and 7 students from Delhi Government Schools and 12 students from NIOS.

These students were identified on the basis of the performance and income criteria as recommended by the internal committee of CBSE.

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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