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Sunday, 8 November 2020

Tablets provided to 14 schools in Mohali

Tribune News Service

Mohali, November 7

In order to give exposure to digital platform to students Health and Family Welfare Minister and local MLA Balbir Singh Sidhu today distributed 101 tablets at 14 schools in the district.

Addressing the gathering at a function at the District Administrative Complex Sidhu said, “Education and health are the areas of primary focus of the state government. Multifarious initiatives are being taken to raise the level of education in the state.”

As many as 101 tablets were provided to 14 primary schools with an average of seven to eight tablets per school to begin with. These include Government Primary Schools at Gigemajra, Abhipur, Saidpur, Jauakhurd, Majat, Lukhnor, Kurli, Sekhan Majra , Sukhgarh, Dandrala, Pagindi, Milkh, Raipur and Durali.

patiala: Punjab Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot said the Punjab Government had considerably improved the quality of school education in the state. He was speaking during an online function to mark the launch of Mission Shat Pratishat. He handed over tablets to teachers of the Centre School, Gurditpura village, for imparting digital education to pre-primary students. A smany as 177 tablets were distributed among 25 primary centre schools, he added.

from The Tribune

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