CM Yogi: Sainik School Has Given Soldiers Who Have 'Make The Country Proud'
Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday promised to work personally to help the Lucknow-based, the country’s first Sainik School, emerge as a “role model” in the field of education.
Government of UP on Wednesday promised to work personally to help the Lucknow-based, the country’s first Sainik School, emerge as a “role model” in the field of education. Chief Minister Adityanath said while kicking off a year-long diamond jubilee celebration of the school set up by former chief minister Dr Sampurnanand in 1960.
CM Yogi Adityanath:
Adityanath said efforts would be made to invite President Ram Nath Kovind for the closing ceremony of the diamond jubilee celebrations.
The CM pointed out that it was now the third academic session since his government had started enrollment of girl students in the school. In addition, which he said was an attempt towards promotion of education for girls.
Alumni of the school, including senior officers in the armed forces, also attended the function through digital platform.
Adityanath said the contribution of Captain Manoj Pandey, who had attended the school, was “significant” for the country during the Kargil war. He said his government had worked for the expansion of the school and would would continue to assist in its further expansion so that it can become a “role model” for other Sainik Schools across the country.
The CM added that the school had contributed greatly to the security of the country.
Also, given many officers and soldiers who have done the country proud.
He assured the gathering that he would personally monitor development work at the school.
There would be “no lacunae” from the state government’s end in its expansion.
He said as discipline was significant in a youngster’s life, there was a need to take forward the series of Sainik schools in the state. In addition, he inaugurated diamond jubilee celebration of the school.
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