Bhubaneswar, Nov 14 : Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today called upon the alumni and the larger community of Odisha to join in Mo School Movement to create a healthy ecosystem in education. An healthy eco system in education can help us achieve the transformational goals of Odisha, Patnaik said at a function at Lok Seva Bhawan organised for the celebration on the completion of 2 years of “Mo School “campaign. The chief minister released the Mo School Mobile App, a Coffee Table Book and a News Letter on the occasion and felicitate Amarendra Sahoo, a leading
Techno-Entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Nestaway and also the contributor of Mo School App. Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister said, “An institution’s alumni are key to its growth. And no one is likely to be more concerned and caring for an educational institute than its former students.He said Mo School has made huge inroads into the collective wisdom of the people encouraging them to give back to their alma maters adding that this movement over the years can change the face of education system.
The aspirational Odisha wants to make a quantum jump in the realisation of its dreams, Patnaik said. ” If you want to see a new Odisha, if you want to see an empowered Odisha, then Come, Join in the Movement to create a healthy ecosystem for education,” the Chief minister said. He said on the success of Mo School, the state Government has also launched ‘Mo College’- A Platform for college alumni and called upon everyone to take upon the responsibility of Mo School as a duty for future generations.”