Preparation For Competitive Exams The government is coming up with a scheme named Buniyaad for the meritorious children studying in government schools of Haryana. Under this scheme, children will be provided free preparation for competitive examinations from class IX itself.
State Bureau, Chandigarh. Preparation For Competitive Exams: There is good news for the children studying in government schools in Haryana. The children of government schools of the state will be prepared for competitive examinations from class IX onwards. For this, the Education Department has prepared a program called Buniyaad.
Mahavir Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department will launch this scheme in Panchkula on June 30. Regarding the preparations for the program, Amrita Singh, Additional Director, Education Department, held a meeting with the principals of 51 government schools (Buniyaad Center) last day.
In these 51 government schools, from class IX, students will be made to prepare for competitive examinations like National Talent Search Examination and Kishor Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana. There will be two phases in this plan. In the first phase, about 200 children from each district will take online coaching.
Registration for coaching can be done from July 3 to 18. In the first phase, there will be a total of three thousand children who will take coaching in 51 Buniyaad centers of all the districts. The selection of these children will also be done on the basis of examination. These children will take online coaching through Buniyaad center and tablet. Rewari will be the main center of coaching.
All arrangements like dress, books, tablets, bags and transportation will be done by the department for the students taking coaching. In the first phase, 400 students who come in merit will be prepared for the National Talent Search Examination in the second phase. The remaining students will be made to prepare for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).
strict rules for opening schools
At the same time, the rules for opening government schools in Haryana are now set to be tightened. The state government will now open any new primary school only if it ensures admission of at least 30 children in the age group of five to six years. The rule will be that there should be no other school within a radius of one kilometer. The primary school will also be upgraded only if it has at least 150 children and a minimum of 30 children in class V.