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KALABURAGI: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has found nothing wrong with saffronizing the education system and initiating the construction of new classrooms in the state in the name of “Vivek Shala Kothadigala Nirmana”.

Speaking to reporters at Madiyal Thanda of Kalaburagi taluk before launching the construction works of 7601 classrooms, the Chief Minister asked, “What is wrong with saffronizing the education system when the saffron color is in the national flag?

Defending to give the name ‘Vivek’ for the construction of new classrooms in the state, Bommai said the government’s intention is that students sitting in the classroom acquire good knowledge (Vivek) and should remembering the name of the great saint Swami Vivekanand. What is wrong (with that), he asked and said it has become the habit of opposition parties to find fault with everything.

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Later, while launching the program of ‘Vivek Shala Kothadigala Nirmana’ program under the program organized in Madiyal Thanda, Bommai said that it is for the first time in the history of Karnataka that the launching of a program of construction of 7,601 classrooms in the state is underway. on the same day in 224 state assembly districts.

Our government aims to build 8,000 classrooms in one year and it should continue for another two years with the same goal of 8,000 classrooms per year. After a period of three years, the need for new classrooms would be almost satisfied, he said.

The Chief Minister said that in Kalyana Karnataka region, the construction works of 1060 classrooms under this program have been sanctioned and in a day or two the government will sanction the construction of another 900 classrooms. class in the region for this year.

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He said the government had sanctioned the appointment of 15,000 teachers in the state, including 5,000 teachers in Kalyana Karnataka region this year.

The chief minister also said that the government has sanctioned Rs 250 crores for the construction of toilets in all public schools, including separate toilets for girls. All schools should have toilets by August 15 next year, he said.

The Chief Minister defended the decision to introduce yoga in schools from the next school year. “Yoga will help increase concentration and help to have good health. Children can only learn well if they are healthy,” Bommai added. The Minister of Education, BC Nagesh, also spoke on this occasion.

KALABURAGI: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has found nothing wrong with saffronizing the education system and initiating the construction of new classrooms in the state in the name of “Vivek Shala Kothadigala Nirmana”. Speaking to reporters at Madiyal Thanda of Kalaburagi taluk before launching the construction works of 7601 classrooms, the Chief Minister asked, “What is wrong with saffronizing the education system when the saffron color is in the national flag? Defending to give the name ‘Vivek’ for the construction of new classrooms in the state, Bommai said the government’s intention is that students sitting in the classroom acquire good knowledge (Vivek) and should remembering the name of the great saint Swami Vivekanand. What is wrong (with that), he asked and said it has become the habit of opposition parties to find fault with everything. READ ALSO | Karnataka: 920 children out of school in CM Bommai constituency district of 7601 statewide classroom construction is underway on the same day in 224 state assembly constituencies. Our government aims to build 8,000 classrooms in one year and it should continue for another two years with the same goal of 8,000 classrooms per year. After a period of three years, the need for new classrooms would be almost satisfied, he said. The Chief Minister said that in Kalyana Karnataka region, the construction works of 1060 classrooms under this program have been sanctioned and in a day or two the government will sanction the construction of another 900 classrooms. class in the region for this year. READ ALSO | Karnataka’s child rights policy is good but poor execution He said the government has sanctioned the appointment of 15,000 teachers in the state, including 5,000 teachers in Kalyana Karnataka region this year. The chief minister also said that the government had sanctioned Rs 250 crores for the construction of toilets in all public schools, including separate toilets for girls. All schools should have toilets by August 15 next year, he said. The Chief Minister defended the decision to introduce yoga in schools from the next school year. “Yoga will help increase concentration and help to have good health. Children can only learn well if they are healthy,” Bommai added. The Minister of Education, BC Nagesh, also spoke on this occasion.