Jaipur (Rajasthan), Mar 12 (ANI): Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has instructed to constitute a sub-committee for conducting ‘Sarvodaya Vichar Pariksha’ to acquaint students to the values and principles of Mahatma Gandhi. CM Gehlot was discussing with the concerned departments about the ‘Sarvodaya Vichar Pariksha’ at his residence in Jaipur. In the meeting, the CM said that people associated with Gandhian ideology should be included in this sub-committee. CM Gehlot stressed that Gandhiji's life message is going to improve the personality and gratitude of the future generations along with giving a new direction to the society. A hypothesis like ‘Sarvodaya Vichar Pariksha’ will prove to be an effective way to spread the teachings of ‘Bapu’ to the people. The Chief Minister said that by assimilating Gandhian values, the younger generation can become better citizens, so we have announced to organize this exam in the budget. The CM instructed the Departments of School Education, Higher and Technical Education, Sanskrit Education and Arts and Culture department should prepare the outline for successful conduct of the examination. He also directed that programs related to the 91st anniversary of Dandi March should be organized with wide participation in the state.