Punjab launches Udaan project to enhance general knowledge of govt school students

Chandigarh/August 23
In order to enhance the level of general knowledge of students’ studying in government schools of the state, Punjab government has launched Udaan project in 1082 schools for 6th to 12th class students.
Punjab’s Education minister Sikander Singh Maluka said that the main aim of Udaan project is to improve and enhance the general knowledge level besides making them efficient for competitive exams.
“Thorough this project, students will be made aware about the current national and international affairs so that they can appear in the competitive exams after passing class 10th and 12th examination,” Maluka said, adding that the state government has also imparted training to the staff of 445 schools in this regard and after completion of training, 422 more schools were brought under the ambit of this ambitious project.
He said that total 90 sheets will be provided during the working days from July to December and each sheet carries ten general knowledge questions that being sent on e-mail to the connected schools and the same was placed on the notice board for the students.
He added that to promote Punjabi Culture in the schools, the state government will also include ten more topics concerning Punjabi culture in the schools under this project.

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