Haryana Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma said that state government has incurred a sum of Rs 20.02 crore on construction work of Kisan Model Schools (KMSs) at four places in the state. The classes in these schools will commence shortly.

  • Chandigarh, March 13 – Haryana Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma said that state government has incurred a sum of Rs 20.02 crore on construction work of Kisan Model Schools (KMSs) at four places in the state. The classes in these schools will commence shortly.
  • Mr Sharma was replying to a question during ongoing budget session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today.
  • He said that present state government had spent Rs 2.62 crore on KMS located at village Nangal Sirohi in Mahendragarh, Rs 9 crore on KMS, Sanghi in Rohtak, Rs 6 crore on KMS in Charkhi Dadri and Rs 2.40 crore on KMS village Subana in Jhajjar. The buildings of these four schools are ready and classes would soon be commenced.
  • The Education Minister said that approved has been given to open 21 KMSs, one in every district in year 2010. In the first phase in 2012, KMSs were started in Government Senior Secondary Schools at Chachhrauli in Yamunanagar, Sanghi in Rohtak, Kachwa in Karnal and Bhanbhewa in Jind. In academic session 2015-16, only 35 students have got admission in three schools and not even a single student have shown interest in admission at KMS of Bhanbhewa and Nangal Sirohi. As a result of this, all these schools were closed in year 2016. He informed that 13 post graduate teachers appointed for KMSs have been adjusted on vacant posts of Aarohi schools and their students have also been shifted in same government schools