Manipur CM launches ‘School Fagadaba’ scheme

Manipur CM launches ‘School Fagadaba’ scheme

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh launched ‘School Fagadaba’ scheme to improve the infrastructure of government schools in the state. This scheme for better education and was launched at the cabinet hall of Chief Minister’s Secretariat.

The objective of the scheme is to ensure better infrastructure, quality education and overall improvement of government schools to make them model schools. The state government is also installing biometric attendance machines in government schools to ensure the presence of teachers in their posting places.


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