In a significant move to enhance the quality of education, the Madhya Pradesh government has announced the establishment of 9,000 'CM Rise' schools across the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made this announcement during his visit to Shajapur district on Monday. During the visit, Chief Minister Chouhan inaugurated a CM Rise School in Gulana village and revealed that it would be named after the esteemed jurist and social reformer, Babasaheb Ambedkar. This decision is a tribute to his invaluable contributions and legacy. In conjunction with the inauguration, the chief minister relaunched the 'School Chale Hum' campaign, which was initially initiated under the prime ministership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee 23 years ago. This campaign aims to promote education and encourage increased school enrollment across the state. The CM Rise schools will prioritise the delivery of quality education by incorporating 'smart classes.' Through these innovative classrooms, students will have the opportunity to be taught by teachers from Delhi and Mumbai, ensuring access to top-notch educational resources.