In a significant move to enhance the standard of education in the state, the Assam government has announced the establishment of eight new Adarsha Vidyalayas. The Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) shared this information through its official social media channels, emphasizing the government’s commitment to creating a well-educated and skilled human resource in Assam.
According to the CMO office, the new Adarsha Vidyalayas will be strategically located in different districts across the state. The districts identified for the establishment of these schools include Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Charaideo, Kamrup (Metro), Sivasagar, Cachar, and two in Kamrup. This initiative aligns with the government’s vision of providing quality education and fostering the development of a knowledgeable and skilled youth population.
Presently, Assam boasts 56 functional Adarsha Vidyalayas, catering to 17,544 students with the involvement of 551 teaching and 246 non-teaching staff members. Notably, 13 Adarsha Vidyalayas have already been elevated to senior secondary levels, providing a comprehensive educational framework.
The move to establish additional Adarsha Vidyalayas underscores the government’s concerted efforts to improve educational infrastructure and access in various regions of Assam. This development is expected to contribute significantly to the overall educational landscape, offering students a platform for holistic learning and development.