In a significant development, the Haryana Government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, has unveiled plans to establish Sainik Schools in a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) mode across the state. This strategic move is aimed at bolstering the state’s role in supporting the armed forces while fostering a substantial number of Agniveers.
Boosting Military Ties and Nurturing Future Agniveers
Chief Minister Khattar made this pivotal announcement during the closing ceremony of the All India Sainik School National Games-2023, held at Sainik School, Kunjpura in Karnal. The primary objective of this initiative is to further the ties between the state and the military, with a focus on nurturing young talents who can contribute to the defense forces.
Financial Support for Infrastructure Development
In addition to this momentous announcement, Chief Minister Khattar pledged a generous grant of Rs 10 crore for the development of the school’s infrastructure. This financial boost will help improve the facilities and resources available to students, ensuring they receive a high-quality education and training.
National Participation and Competitive Spirit
The closing ceremony of the All India Sainik School National Games-2023 saw the participation of over 650 athletes from various Sainik Schools across the nation. These students engaged in a wide range of competitive events, highlighting their dedication and the spirit of competition that such institutions foster.
This move by the Haryana Government not only strengthens the state’s commitment to national defense but also underscores its dedication to empowering the youth with valuable skills and education. The establishment of Sainik Schools in PPP mode will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on the future of the state and the country as a whole.
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