Maharashtra to buy 1.5 lakh books on PM Modi’s life for state government-run schools
Maharashtra authorities will quickly procure books on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for college kids. The state authorities has
Maharashtra authorities will quickly procure books on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for college kids. The state authorities has ordered almost 1.5 lakh books on PM Modi’s life.
The libraries in state-run colleges may have books on Narendra Modi alongside books subjected on Mahatma Gandhi, BR Ambedkar, Chhatrapati Shivaji and Jyotirao Phule. By the way, the procurement of books on Modi can be increased than of books on another chief.
In accordance with a young issued, the procured books can be used as supplementary studying materials for college kids from Class 1 to Class four. The federal government will buy books value Rs 59.42 lakh.
The order was positioned final month and can be delivered to state government-run colleges by this month-end.
“The order additionally contains buy of books on the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr B R Ambedkar however their quantity is lesser than that of the Modi books,” the official stated.
In whole 1,49,954 on Modi and 1,635 books on Nehru have been ordered, whereas four,343 books on Gandhi and 79,388 books on Ambedkar have been ordered, as per the acquisition order.
Additionally, 76,713 books on former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee have been ordered, the official stated.
The books, in Marathi, Hindi, English and Gujarati languages, are being bought underneath the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), a programme for universalisation of elementary schooling, and can be saved as further studying materials for college kids from class 1 to eight, he stated.
Books on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj occupy the satisfaction of place within the buy order, with the state authorities ordering three, 40,982 books on the lifetime of the Nice Maratha. This quantity is adopted by books on former president A P J Abdul Kalam (three, 21,328).
The official stated that the books are being bought from non-public publishers.
State schooling minister Vinod Tawde stated, “An knowledgeable committee has advisable the books and the order has been positioned based on these suggestions.”
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