The Comprehensive Educational Reforms project will have three main focuses.
1. Implement the budget announcement of upgrading 1000 schools into international standards.
2. All classes rooms from standards 9 to 12 in high and higher secondary schools will be made high tech.
3. Develop standards 1 to 8 in tune with the times by engaging the teachers, parents and alumni to recapture the relevance of public schools. Special packages for renovation of schools which have completed 50 and 100 years. English learning will be encouraged.
The state level mission will make an evaluation of the present curriculum based on a detailed study. It will also strive to create educational programmes useful for differently abled students, alleviate the basic infrastructural shortcomings as well as ensure internet connectivity to enable a fruitful IT existence.
A Task Force and a full time Chief Executive will be in charge of managing the day to day affairs of the Mission. Secretary of the Public Education Department will serve as the Mission Secretary and the Chairperson of Task Force. As the Task Force will stress on teacher training and the use of information technology, experts in the field as well as Directors of SCERT, IT@School, SSA and RMSA will also be a part of it.