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Scheme will be made to pay fees of poor students with less than 70 percent marks

Tuesday - April 17, 2018 4:04 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH


Mukhya Mantri Teerthdarshan Yojana in Janapav and Bhagwan Parshuram’s life to be included in syllabus 
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announuces in Brahmin Samaj programme 

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that scheme will be made to pay the fees for students from poor families with less than 70 percent marks. Janapav Indore, the birthplace of Lord Parashuram will be included in the Mukhya Mantri Teerthdarshan Yojana. The life of Lord Parashuram will be included in the curriculum. This announcement was made by the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Parashuram Shobhayatra concluding programme today. The Chief Minister launched the website based on the life of Lord Parashuram during the programme.
 
Chief Minister Chouhan said that Lord Parasurama belonged to the entire society. He always resisted injustice. Brahmin society has always led the Indian society. Without Brahmin Samaj, Indian culture cannot be understood. The ideals of Indian culture have been created by the Samaj. He said that Janapav, the birthplace of Lord Parashuram, has been developed as the holiest place. To get land allotted according to the procedure laid down for the Samaj, he told the Mayor Alok Sharma to work as a nodal officer. He said that the format of the constitution of the Brahmin Welfare Commission will also be considered. He will extend full support in the works of Brahmin Samaj. At the outset, Chauhan offered prayers to Lord Parashuram as per ritual. Those who took part in te Shobhayatra were welcomed with floral showers.
 
Mayor Alok Sharma said that Brahmin Samaj has always guided the society. The need of the hour is to be a Brahmin with social knowledge, charity, karma, intellect, skill and religion. We should face the challenges of the present times unitedly.

Former MLA P.C. Sharma said that efforts are needed to give a new direction to the society and change the circumstances. He congratulated the organizers for the successful organizing of the Chal Samaroh. Chairman of Ekta Samiti Ramesh Sharma, said that the state government is concerned about the welfare of all the societies. State President of All India Brahmin Samaj, Pushpendra Mishra gave the welcome address and Organisation General Secretary Mahendra Mishra proposed the vote of thanks. Well-known personalities and members of Brahmin Samaj were present in the programme.-Window To News
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