There is extremely positive and encouraging news for all the students appearing for class 12th board exams in the state of Madhya Pradesh. As per the latest reports, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced a reward of Rs. 30,000 for the 5,000 students who have scored the highest marks in the MP Board Result 2020.
This “Super 5000” initiative has been announced by the state government under the Sambal Yojana. This cash reward will be available for students belonging to sambal families who are covered under the sambal yojana.
MP Board Result 2020: Relaunching Sambal Yojana For Meritorious Students
The announcement of the cash reward for the 5,000 students scoring highest marks in MP Board Result 2020 was made by the chief minister while relaunching the Sambal Yojana. This scheme was discontinued by the erstwhile government headed by Mr. Kamal Nath. The motive of this scheme is to help the families that require monetary help desperately.
While interacting with the media persons, Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan claimed that the Jan Kalyan Sambal Yojana would indeed help the poor, right from birth until death. The decision to announce the prize was taken in a meeting convened by the Chief Minister on 5th May 2020.
“Super 5000”: New addition to Jan Kalyan Sambal Yojana
The Super 5000 scheme launched by the CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan is a new addition to the recently revived Jan Kalyan Sambal Yojana. The money for the award will be available only for students belonging to the sambal families.
The tween from the office of Shivraj (official twitter handle for the CMO) read, “#Sambal_Yojana, we are adding a new “Super 5000” plan. Five thousand children from Sambal families who will get the highest number in 12th, ₹ 30000 will be given separately as an incentive: Chief Minister @ChouhanShivraj.“
MP Board Result 2020: Teachers Requesting Cancellation Of Board Exams
Recently, the representative bodies for the schoolteachers in Madhya Pradesh have requested the Chief Minister to cancel the remaining exams for the class 10th and 12th students in the state. The reason given in the letter is that this continuous postponement of the exams is taking a toll on the mental health of the kids, who are already under pressure due to the uncertainty caused by the lockdown.
The teachers have suggested looking for an alternative evaluation method to decide on the MP Board Result 2020. Though, the state education board, i.e. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is yet to take a call on the status of the exams.