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quality of edu: FadnavisMumbai, Oct 8 (PTI) Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said Maharashtra, which has been “languishing at either 14th or 15th place in terms of quality of education”, has moved to the third place in the last one year.He also announced that a Board of Studies would be set up for divyang (differently-abled) students in the state.”For the last few years, Maharashtra was languishing at either 14th or 15th place in terms of quality of education. But we have jumped to the third position in the past one year. In the future, the state will be number one in the education sector,” Fadnavis said.The Chief Minister was addressing a gathering after presenting the Adarsh Shikshak and Savitribai Phule Adarsh Shikshika (Best Teacher awards) to 109 teachers here.”The state government disburses around Rs 50,000 crore to the education sector but it does not consider it an expenditure but an investment for the future.”Teachers are responsible for readying the young generation for the future and making them fine, law-abiding citizens. Students uplift cannot happen without these teachers,” he said.Fadnavis said that this year, 25,000 schools have been made digital and that the state government will undertake Maharashtra Net on the lines of Bharat Net being implemented by the Centre.”Under this, the health and education services will be made available to people at the village level. For instance, in Nagpur, 750 gram panchayats have been completely digitalised,” he said.The digitalisation will ensure the gap between cities and villages decreases and by 2018, we will provide digital connectivity to all gram panchayats, he added.advertisement”For the divyang students a Board of Studies will be constituted,” Fadnavis said, adding the focus of his government is on innovative teaching methods, Right to Education among others.This award ceremony for teachers from Maharashtra was organised by School Education Department, where Education Minister Vinod Tawde and other dignitaries were present, a statement from chief ministers office said.The 109 awardees include 38 primary and 39 secondary teachers besides 19 from tribal schools and two sports teachers and those from other categories. PTI MM MR NP TIR SRE read more
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri praised Cristiano Ronaldo for “working well” and scoring a “wonderful goal” in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Udinese.The Serie A champions won their 10th game in a row in all competitions thanks to first-half strikes from Rodrigo Bentancur and Ronaldo at the Dacia Arena.It was the Portugal international’s first appearance since he “firmly denied” an allegation of rape dating back to 2009 via a statement issued on Wednesday. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! Allegri says the €112 million (£98m/$129m) signing from Real Madrid, who has scored four goals in his eight Serie A appearances, looks to be in encouraging form.”I can only talk about what I see,” he told a news conference. “I’m not the right person to talk about any other situation. Ronaldo played a fantastic game and he is working calmly. He scored a wonderful goal.”I don’t know how Ronaldo lives away from the pitch. I’m not his housemate! He really looks fine to me. He is working well and he is scoring a lot of goals.”The victory, Juve’s eighth from a possible eight in the league this season, are now nine points clear of second-place Napoli ahead of Carlo Ancelotti’s men facing Sassuolo on Sunday.With the champions not playing again until October 20, Allegri is delighted to head into the international break having produced what he considers probably their best display of 2018-19.”That was one of our best performances of the season so far – perhaps the absolute best,” he said.”We used all of the pitch well and afforded the opposition very little all game. I asked the lads to give me a relaxing international break and to keep a clean sheet. There was a risk we might have let up a little after nine wins but we played with great maturity.” read more