MP government to set up nursery schools soon

In a first, Madhya Pradesh government has decided to open nursery schools in the state and by next academic session, 5,000 such schools would come to existence.
Till now only private sector owned nursery schools function in the state.
MP government to set up nursery schools soon
With the move, the state government plans to attract little ones towards government schools.
School Education Minister Vijay Shah had announced this while addressing an admission function through Right To Education in the city.
According to Shah, once the little ones are admitted to any private nursery school, he/he never turns to government schools till class XII.
So the state government has decided to impart nursery education.
In order to track school drop outs, the state government plans to dole out Aadhar cards to school going kids of government schools so that it could be tracked whether the kid continued education after class VIII or not.
The newly appointed education minister also said that private schools failed to fall in line after repetitive advisories from the state government so now the state government would make them submit reports of each and every activity.
“No private school would be allowed to change uniform before five years,” Shah said.
The bus fare would be fixed as per government norms and schools would be made to offer multiple options of stationary shops to parents so that they could buy books and stationary items from shops of their choice.