Proposals For Setting Up New Sanskriti Schools

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Setting Up New Sanskriti Schools

The policy and guidelines for setting up Sanskriti type schools in the country have been framed with a provision of 60% seats for the wards of transferable officers of All India Services. In case the land is provided free of cost by the State Government, 10% seats will be reserved for wards of state Government Employees.

As per the guidelines, proposal to set up Sanskriti type school in any State Capital may be initiated by the State Government or association of All India Services/ Central Civil Services Officers is consultation with the Central Government Employees Co-ordination Committee justifying the need to set up such a school at that Station.

A proposal to open a sanskriti type school in Shillong, Meghalaya has been received. However, no decision has yet been taken on the proposal. The information was given by the Minister of State of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions V.Narayanaswamy, in written reply to a question asked in Lok Sabha.

What Is a Sanskriti School?

Sanskriti School is a public service oriented, non profit organization, with the spouse of the serving Cabinet Secretary as its Chairperson. The Mission of the Sanskriti School is to provide the right inputs to help the children grow up into caring and sharing individuals, equipped to make the right choices in life and grow up to be responsible citizens of the country and the world.

The main motto of this school is 'Knowledge is Liberation' which is the cornerstone around which the character and personality of every child is built. It mainly focus on, to make students realize that striving for excellence, in all areas of life must be the goal in life and to understand that each student is unique individual with all rights and responsibilities and more...

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