CM Mr. Chouhan dedicates Govt. Gurukulam residential school
Bhopal, April 27, 2017 (Muslim Saleem): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the state government will provide good quality shoes and drinking water flasks to the scheduled tribe people who collect Mahua flowers. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan was inaugurating the Government Gurukulam Residential School today at Bavadia Kalan. He dedicated the academic and hostel building and laid the foundation of the suspension bridge to link the school with the hostel building. Scheduled Caste/Tribe Welfare Minister Mr. Gyan Singh, Home Minister Mr. Bhupendra Singh and former Chief Minister Mr. Babulal Gaur were also present on the occasion. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan took lunch with the students besides inspecting the school and hostel buildings. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan said to the students that a person becomes great only by imbibing good qualities. He asked students to make good use of the facilities at the residential school and move forward. Best facilities have been provided at the school. Nothing is impossible for man. He becomes what he thinks. The state government will bear the fees of students belonging to the scheduled tribe seeking admission in top educational institutions like IIT, IIM, Medical, Engineering etc. For young entrepreneurs of Scheduled Tribe youths, the Mukhya Mantri Yuva Udyami Yojana has been launched. Earlier CM Mr. Chouhan took a class of students in which he told them the sutras of life and personality development. He told the students of Class VI to respect their gurus, wake up early and meditate, work with self-confidence, help others and always speak softly and speak the truth. He narrated stories of Rishi Dhoumya and disciple Aaruni, Arjun’s concentration in achieving his target and Yudhishtir’s truthfulness.
He said that man becomes what he thinks. There is a part of God in everyone. One’s personality takes shape according to the work one does. Scheduled Caste-Tribe Welfare Minister Mr. Gyan Singh said that the state government is constantly making efforts for the development of the scheduled tribe. Improved educational arrangements will be made available through Gurukulam Residential School. Former Chief Minister Mr. Babulal Gaur said that tribes can develop through education. The tribes are true well-wishers and environment protectors.
Principal Secretary Scheduled Caste-Tribe Welfare Mr. Ashok Shah gave information abaout the Gurukulam Residential School during the programme. He said that six similar Gurukulam Residential Schools will be started in the state. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan dedicated three books “Student Diary”, “Swa-rozgar ki Oonchi Udaan” and “Janjatiya Shilp”. He honoured officers-employees Mr. Vijay Verma, Mr. Chandramohan Thakur, Mr. Ashok Jain, Mrs. Neerja Sharma, Mrs. Seema Soni and Mrs. Preeti Patel for outstanding work. Former Mayor Mrs. Krishna Gaur and other people’s representatives were present during the programme.