Top CGBSE board test scorers are treated to state-funded helicopter rides

Ayush Katiyar
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Students who received the highest marks in the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) exams were treated to joy flights in a seven-seater helicopter.



Top CGBSE board test scorers are treated to state-funded helicopter rides.



The Chhattisgarh government delivered on its pledge to take meritorious students from Classes 10 and 12 on helicopter rides. N Kumari Baiga, a girl from a unique backward tribe and one of the 79 pupils who went on helicopter trips, will never forget the experience.



Students who received the highest marks in the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) exams were treated to joy flights in a seven-seater helicopter.



According to him, the event was held at the Raipur Police Parade Ground's helipad.



According to the official, Baiga is a native of Mannabedi village in Kabirdham district and attends Swami Atmanand Government English Medium School in Bodla.



The child, who received 88.16 percent in her Class 10 examination, is from a low-income household, and her mother works as a cook in the elementary school in her area. He stated that she is studying in a dormitory.



"There are six of us." My elder sister drove me to Raipur for the thrill ride. I'll never forget this day in my life because I never envisioned myself on a chopper. "We come from a special backward tribal community, and I want to see progress within my community," said the ecstatic adolescent who desired to be a doctor.



According to the official, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel offered a helicopter trip as a reward for excellent students in Classes 10 and 12 under the Swami Aatmanand Medhavi Chhatra Protsahan Yojana last year.



This year, at least 49 Class 10 students and 30 Class 12 students have made the list. He stated that among the Scheduled Tribes, 10 students, five from Classes 10 and 12, had topped their respective categories.



Last year, he claimed, at least 125 deserving children were taken on the helicopter flight.


"This extraordinary initiative aims to inspire and motivate young minds, showcasing the limitless possibilities that await those who strive for excellence," added the official.



The event was attended by State School Education Minister Premsai Singh Tekam, School Education Secretary S Bharathidasan, and other important officials.