Punjab govt. launches 'Schools of Eminence' project in Mohali

Punjab govt. launches 'Schools of Eminence' project in Mohali

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Category : State Published on: January 24 2023

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  • The Punjab government has launched the ‘Schools of Eminence’ project at the Indian School of Business (ISB) in Mohali, inaugurated by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.
  • Under the scheme, 117 such schools will come up in 23districts across the state.
  • A budget of Rs 200 crore has been earmarked for the Schools of Eminence project.
  • As per the government reports, under the project, the AAP government will upgrade existing government schools into ‘Schools of Eminence’ for grades nine to 12. 
  • The government plans to upgrade nearly 110 government schools as ‘Schools of Eminence’ in Phase 1.
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