Maharashtra CM Fadnavis would like to take forward PM Narendra Modi’s initiative ahead to start a project with an aim to offer online healthcare and education facilities for the people living in remote areas i.e. far away from the main centers of population.Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra fadnavis gave a statement that – “A MaharashtraNet network will help to provide the facilities digitally to people living in distant villages. He thinks so that by providing the facilities online will surely help to lessen or reduce the urban-rural divide rule.”
Up to my best of knowledge, in district Nagpur, almost 750 villages have gone digital before the expected time. Moreover, according to the statement recorded by the chief minister by December 2018, online connectivity might be provided to all of the villages and also they will try to connect with all the schools online in the state. He also honored some top 109 teachers with the ‘Adarsh shikshak’ and ‘Savitribai phule adarsh shikshika’ awards which on an average included approximately 38 primary,39 secondary and 19 tribal teachers i.e. one was physically challenged and eight of the women teachers were there.
CM also stated that we have acquired the third position in academic performance due to the excellent education provided by the best teachers. Academic excellence also increased due to many of the education apps which have been launched by now or over the past years to help the students in the best way.
Tribal Teachers whom the chief esteemed by the award were Smita S. Malavade, Sandhya S. Kulkarni, Vandana B. Theng, Sumitra S. Yesane, Chandrakala S. Deshmukh, Sarla S. kame, Roy, Vaishali S. Dhakulkar and Rehman A. Atikur (Physically challenged). We soon wish to see Maharashtra as a leader of education in the country and we will make this happen.