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We should start imparting skills in students from class 6: CM Shivraj

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We should start imparting skills in students from class 6: CM Shivraj

We should start imparting skills in students from class 6: CM Shivraj

While addressing the Aatmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh webinar in Bhopal on August 10, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, "We have to ensure that every child in the state goes to school." "Under the new education policy, we should start the work of imparting skills along with education to students from class 6," he added.


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