Nitish opens school named after his wife

  • | Sunday | 17th September, 2023

PATNA: Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday inaugurated a girls higher secondary school at Bakhtiyarpur, his hometown, in Patna district. The school has been named after his spouse late Manju Sinha.Addressing the inaugural event held at the Manju Sinha Project Girls Higher Secondary School, Nitish said a girls high school was already operational on its premises. I had just asked officials to expand the school and run it in a better way. For the expansion plan, a part of land from the premises of Bakhtiyarpur police station was merged with the school campus and its buildings were made in a proper way, Nitish said.The CM also clarified that the school was named after his late spouse not by him, but former MLC and JD(U) leader Ramchandra Bharti. Bharti is sitting here in the programme. It was he who got this school named after my wife. I was not aware of it. I knew it later. If I had any idea, I would not have allowed naming of the school after my wife, Nitish told the audience.The CM asked the officials concerned to construct a new building for the neighbouring Bakhtiyarpur police station. I had been visiting the campus of this police station in my childhood, Nitish who was born and brought up in Bakhtiyarpur town, said.Expressing happiness over enrolment of more than 2,000 girls in the school, the CM asked the teachers to ensure their better education.Nitish assured the audience that he would make recommendation for posting of adequate number of teachers in the school.The CM later inspected the campuses of the school and the neighbouring police station and asked the officials to ensure installation of sufficient number of solar plates on the school buildings so that the school could get its required electricity from the solar plates.We also published the following articles recentlyBihar CM Nitish Kumar inaugurates school named after his wifeChief Minister Nitish Kumar inaugurated a girls higher secondary school in Bakhtiyarpur, Patna district, named after his late wife Manju Sinha. The school was expanded by merging land from the Bakhtiyarpur police station premises, and Kumar requested officials to construct a new building for the police station. Kumar expressed happiness over the enrollment of over 2,000 girls in the school and assured that he would recommend an adequate number of teachers. He also emphasized the importance of maintaining the new buildings and cleanliness on campus.Sivankutty inaugurates new school buildingsThe General Education Minister of Kerala, V Sivankutty, inaugurated a new three-storeyed building at Government Higher Secondary School in Elamkunnapuzha. The government plans to invest more money and attention in general education to improve the sector. The new building, costing Rs 2 crore, includes classrooms, office rooms, and toilets. Construction of another building for the lower primary section is also in progress. Additionally, the minister inaugurated a center for bedridden children at Government Vocational Higher Secondary School in Njarakkal, and new buildings at Government HSS in Manjapra and Parakkadavu LP School.Girl dies in schoolAn eight-year-old girl died under suspicious circumstances at a private school in Kalaburagi. The girl reportedly collapsed on the school premises and was declared dead upon arrival at the hospital. Her parents have filed a complaint against the school, claiming that her death was suspicious.

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