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Government schools should be adopted by reputed private institutions – Bhagat Singh Koshyari

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Mumbai, 21st Nov 2022 : Governor of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Koshyari has appealed that renowned private institutions of the state and the country should adopt government schools and provide world class education to poor students.

Speaking at the one day National Conference on “Quality Assurance & Accreditation for School Education” organized by Education Promotion Society for India, National Accreditation Board for Education and Training and MIT Art, Design and Technology University Pune, he said, remarkable performance has to be done in the field of school education.

Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President, MIT ADT University, Pune, Mr. P. R. Mehta, Chairperson, NABET, Dr. R. P. Singh, Secretary General, Quality Council of India, Dr. G Viswanathan, President, Founder and Vice-Chancellor of Vellore Institute of Technology and Chairman of EPSI were present on the occasion.

Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari said, India was a guru in the world and will lead the world again in the future.

Mangesh Karad said that national education is important for policy innovation. Research environment is being created by taking important decisions by the government. To impart quality education to parents and students. 7 thousand schools have been accredited. To do world class and compulsory accreditation for all schools.

G. Viswanathan said, we now compare our education policy with the world. In 75 years we spend 3.5 percent on education, this should increase. Expenditure on education is very high in developed countries of the world. As a result, a network of private schools and universities was formed here. Quality education is provided here. It is necessary for the government to provide quality education with accreditation.

P.R Mehta said, Our aim is to create a research environment in schools. Striving to improve quality and standards. To get equal opportunity, a release issued here stated today.

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