Level raised for some Haryana schools may help in raising education level of girls
“Education for all” is the slogan of BJP government apart from other popular initiatives. In a move towards achieving the same, the state government has decided to upgrade a Government High School (GHS) to the level of Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS) and three Government Primary Schools (GPS) to the level Government Middle Schools (GMS) in Mahendragarh, Mewat, Faridabad and Kurukshetra districts.
While stating this, Education Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma said that Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal had given approval for the same.
He said that GHS Nimbi, Mahendragarh district has been upgraded to the level of GSSS. Among the three primary schools upgraded to middle level included GPS Malhaka in Mewat, Government Girls Primary School SGM Nagar in Faridabad and GPS Mangana in Pehowa, Kurukshetra. This would undoubtedly help the girls to upgrade their level of education because in most of the rural and sub-urban areas the girls are sent to school which is in the immediate vicinity of their home. For further education the girls are not sent far from home to psychological pressure of the older generations. However, with the scale of schools upgraded these girls would now be studying to higher classes in the immediate vicinity of their home. This would not only be witnessing a rise in the number of educated girls upto higher classes but would also help in better utilisation of the government resources because the same schools would now be housing more classes than earlier.