CHITWAN: Minister for Education Chitra Lekha Yadav has expressed that she was not satisfied with this year's School Leaving Certificate examinations results. Speaking at a press conference at Ratnanagar in the district, Yadav said that though results were comparatively better than that of the last year, it needs more input to upgrade standard of the results. With a lack of good schools, the SLC results have not been satisfactory, she added. She further informed that the government is making preparations to build fully equipped boarding schools like the Budhanilakantha School in every district. The upcoming fiscal budget will include projects for the same, she claimed. She insisted on the need of fully equipped model schools to better quality of education in the country. Following the target to make the country cent per cent literate by 2015, the government has intensified its homework to turn the illiterate districts into literate ones, she added. This will not be possible solely through the government's side and all sectors must contribute equally to achieve the goal, she said at the conference. Discussions over how to develop the standard of technical subjects in school level equivalent to that of higher secondary level are underway, she added.