Bhubaneswar: The 28th executive council meeting of the ‘Mo School Campaign‘ was held on Monday under the chairmanship of Shri Satyabrata Sahu, Principal Secretary of Schools and Mass Education. The meeting, which was held in Virtual Mode, The ministry approved projects worth Rs 16.31 crore for 1,238 schools in 25 districts of Odisha.
In the last month, 18,000 alumni have joined the ‘Mo School Campaign‘ and also donated Rs 5.43 crore for the development of their respective schools. The highest donation collected from the alumni of Baleshwar estimated approximately 1.61 crore
This month, a record number of alumni from all district have joined hands with their respective schools to extend a helping hand for the overall development of the school. The first-to-fifth-grade education program, adopted by the foster school, is scheduled to meet with mentors and partners in 1,272 schools by October. Mr. Sahu, the Principal Secretary, has directed that funds be provided to the remaining schools in the ‘Mo School’ campaign.
According to the government’s decision, for the first time in the ‘Mo School Campaign’, the alumni joint program has been launched in high schools while the government has decided to expedite the ‘Mo School’ program in all the subsidized high schools in the state. A seminar on alumni was recently held at BJP High School in Bhubaneswar. It was attended by Mr. Satyabrata Sahu, the Principal Secretary, Schools and Mass Education , who called for making ‘Mo School’ a successful campaign in high schools such as primary, upper primary and high schools. Along with this, the alumni of the BJP provided financial assistance of Rs 2.17 lakh. After discussions with current students, developmental work on the school will be undertaken to address their needs.
Mr. Sahu, the Principal Secretary, directed the officials to expedite the ‘Mo School’ program for the development of primary schools in the state. He encouraged ordinary people also to take part in solving this great task: “One of the things you and other people can do is keep up the pressure
It was discussed at the meeting that ‘Mo School’ would provide all kinds of support to strengthen the educational system in the high schools included in the ‘5-T’ High School Transformation Program. The second phase of the state government’s’ 5 ‘T-High School Transformation Program’ is about to begin. More than 10,000 alumni have been recruited from 753 schools adopted this month to expedite the school’s development process
The meeting was attended by the State Project Director, Director OSEPA, Director Secondary Education, Director, Primary Education, Director, Divisional Additional Administrative Secretary, Additional Secretary and Divisional Financial Adviser, Chief Executive Officer.