Haryana schools to boost moral education through competition

The Haryana Board of School Education has planned to hold a competition with the objective of promoting value-based moral education in the state.

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With the objective of promoting value-based education in the state, the Haryana Board of School Education has planned to hold a competition on moral education. Students from class 9 to 12 studying in government and private schools affiliated with the board can participate in the same. The announcement regarding the same was made by Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma, who was speaking at a function organised on the occasion of birth anniversaries of Mahatma Gandhi and former P M Lal Bahadur Shastri at the Board’s office in Bhiwani, an official release said.

Cash prize

The students in each of these classes bagging first, second and third positions at the state-level would be given cash prizes of Rs 11,000, Rs 5,100 and Rs 3,100 respectively and citations would be given to the concerned schools, the release quoting the minister said.

(Read: Over 5,000 computer teachers to be recruited by Haryana government: Manohar Lal Khattar)

5,000 teachers to be recruited 

Also, over 5,000 regular computer teachers will be recruited by the Haryana government next year as per CM Manohar Lal Khattar’s statement. In addition, computer education will also be included in the regular course of the state.

He made the announcement while addressing the audience on the concluding day of the two-day International Conference ‘Making Haryana a Higher Education Power House’ organised at Ashoka University in Sonipat a few days back.

[“Source-CNBC”]