Shala Pravesh Utsav: CM Bhupesh Baghel encourages Tripti to speak freely

Children thank Chief Minister Shri Baghel for extending the date of school reopening

Chief Minister directly interacts with school children at ‘Shala Pravesh Utsav’

Raipur (thestates.news)Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel not only understands the concerns of the general public but also holds a profound affection for children. When Tripti Jagat, a student of Prof. JN Pandey Atmanand School stood up to express her views, she was a little hesitant while sharing her thoughts in front of everyone. Chief Minister affectionately said, “Dear, everyone here is like family, so speak without any hesitation.” Soon after hearing Chief Minister’s words, all her hesitation vanished. She explained that she had enrolled in this school due to its high standard of education, and she is truly enjoying her time here. Shri Baghel heaped praise on the student saying “You express yourself so well. Well done!”

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel was interacting with the children face-to-face on the occasion of the ‘Shala Pravesh Utsav’ today.

The children also spoke openly and candidly to Chief Minister. He asked the children how they felt about the reopening of schools on June 26 instead of June 16. All the children thanked Chief Minister Shri Baghel and expressed that opening the schools on June 26 provided relief from the intense heat conditions. Chief Minister mentioned that considering the summer season and the children’s health, the government decided to open schools from June 26. Prior to the Shala Pravesh Utsav, the monsoon had already begun in the state. With the showers of rain, the new academic session commenced, he said.

While interacting with Chief Minister, student Rajesh mentioned that we have experienced a surge in our interest in learning. Surbhi Sahu, an eighth-grade student studying at Swami Atmanand BP Pujari School, expressed that the establishment of Swami Atmanand School has provided economically disadvantaged and talented children with an opportunity for quality English education. In the presence of Chief Minister Shri Baghel, Kashish Anjum Khan, a student in the eighth grade at Swami Atmanand Raja Talab School, also shared her thoughts on the occasion of the ‘Shala Pravesh Utsav’.