Team Absolute|Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that it is necessary to have school buildings to improve educational environment. It is our endeavour to ensure that children get good education in the school buildings. Educational activities have been affected in the Corona period, but the government has taken the task of connecting children online with education through innovative alternative arrangements. Chouhan addressed a programme of virtual dedication of 145 new educational buildings on Tuesday at Minto Hall in Bhopal. The educational buildings dedicated by the Chief Minister include 13 Specialized Residential Schools (Girls Education Complex) of Tribal Welfare Department, 3 new hostel buildings and 129 high schools and higher secondary school buildings of the School Eduction Department. These buildings were constructed for the Tribal Welfare Department and School Education Department by the Public Works Department. The academic infrastructures dedicated in the programme are of the election unaffected districts. Chouhan said that in the next 3 years, ten thousand such huge school buildings will be constructed in which many children can get quality education under one roof. These school complexes will be fully equipped with residential facility, library, sports complex and transportation facility will be available for children living in the radius of 25-30 km. Chouhan discussed the facilities available in the newly constructed building with the guardian Purushottram present in the premises of Kanya Shiksha Parisar in Umaria district. The Chief Minister sought information from the Principal regarding conduct of education during Covid period. The Principal told that 33 percent of children are being provided online education during the Corona period. Apart from this, books are being provided to all children in their homes. The teachers are also in constant contact with the students. Regarding opening of schools, Chief Minister said that schools will start functioning after Diwali in view of current circumstances. Chief Minister Chouhan held a discussion with meritorious student Suraksha Patidar of Shajapur district. He inquired about the amount provided by the government for laptops to meritorious students. Suraksha told the Chief Minister that she will utilize the funds provided by the government to study further. When Chief Minister asked her what she wanted to become in furture, she said that I want to become a Patwari. As many as 6 thousand 370 girls of the scheduled tribes category in the 13 Kanya Shiksha Parisars and 150 students of 3 hostel buildings of the Tribal Welfare Department will be provided better residential facilities. The newly built 129 High and Higher Secondary Schools of the School Education Department are constructed at different places in 26 districts. Approximately 21000 students will be benefited in newly constructed school buildings.