Centre Provides Rs 33 crore to advance Manipur’s Scientific Studies

Guwahati: The central government has allocated Rs 33 crore to provide school children in Manipur with the most recent scientific knowledge and a high-quality education through a new project called the Command and Control Center (CCC).

Manipur’s information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure will be improved by CCC in order to track the effectiveness of all governmental services.

The education minister for Manipur Thounaojam Basantakumar Singh made this declaration at the opening of a new school in the village of Hoomi in the district of Ukhrul which borders Myanmar.

The minister announced that a new initiative named “Building as Learning Aid” (BaLA) which will go into effect in January of next year is part of the Manipur government’s ongoing effort to execute various education policies and programmes.

According to Manipur Minister Thounaojam Basantakumar who is a retired IPS officer said that the BaLa programme includes activity-based learning, child-friendliness and inclusive education for Child With Special Needs (CWSN).

He continued by saying that teachers working on a volunteer basis are intended to reach and instruct pupils in specific disciplines in every region of Manipur.

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