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Govt is committed to invest in education, says Conrad

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Shillong, Nov 7: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma in presence of Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui and Revenue Minister Kyrmen Shylla today laid the foundation for the new building of the Rymbai Government Secondary School in East Jaintia Hills.

Laying the foundation of the new school building, Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma said that despite challenges the Government has made its commitment to improve the infrastructure facilities of schools in the State.

“There are so many challenges but every step will get us to that goal”, he added.

He congratulated the people of Rymbai for electing Kyrmen, who has a vision for not only his own constituency but for the entire State. “His (Kyrmen) commitment to his people is unquestionable. Congratulate people of Rymbai for electing such a visionary leader,” the Chief Minister said.

Conrad said that Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui has been the pillar of strength and has been shouldering his responsibility with utmost commitment and sincerity.

He also took the opportunity to inform the gathering on providing economical support to the children by enhancement of scholarships. He also said that the government has taken steps to enhance the teaching and learning system in Schools.

“We will keep pushing our part to improve educational facilities and infrastructure. Education is a holistic approach that is why society and government has to work in tandem to create an enabling environment,” the Chief Minister added.

He informed that the new school building will be completed by December 2022.

Dedicating the school to the youth and the people of Rymbai, he said “We will be investing in the youth of our State”,

Speaking on the occasion, Education Minister Rymbui said that in the next three years the government will work to fulfil the aspirations of the people. “Wherever we go, we can see that the Government Schools are in a dilapidated condition. The MDA Government has taken a decision to transform the education sector,” Rymbui added.


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