On the first phase in Nandigama Nadu- Nedu Minister Kodali Nani dedicated the schools



 - On the first phase in Nandigama Nadu- Nedu Minister Kodali Nani dedicated the schools

 - Distribution of Jagananna Vidya Kanuka Kits to students

 Nandigama (Krishna District), August 16 (prajaamaravati): Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani), Minister of State for Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, today dedicated the first phase of schools in Nandigama, Krishna District, to our people. Mana Badi Nadu- Nedu as part of the program the second phase of work was inaugurated on Monday.  On this occasion, Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits to the students.  Later, Minister Kodali Nani said that it was an ambitious day for CM Jaganmohan Reddy Nadu- Nedu as part of the program,  The first phase has been completed at a cost of Rs 3,600 crore.  In the second installment, modernization work has been started in about 16,000 schools at a cost of Rs 4,500 crore.  On this occasion, Jagananna kits worth Rs 800 crore were distributed to students.  Last year, Rs. 650 crore to 42 lakh students.  He said another 6 lakh students have joined government schools this year.  CM Jaganmohan Reddy said the program was being implemented Nadu- Nedu for the future of children who do not even have the right to vote.  None of the students or their parents asked them to develop schools, provide good education, provide quality food and teach English medium education.  CM Jaganmohan Reddy has come up with the idea for children who are in the place of parents and are studying in government schools.  CM Jagan said he had a good mind to give to all the children in the state the same way he provided education to his children, what kind of clothes he gave them, what kind of food he gave them.  By the time Jaganmohan Reddy became the chief minister, there was no problem-free school among the 45,000 schools in the state.  He said there were no toilets, no drinking water, no cooking sheds, no scum on the slabs and no children to sit on.  Blackboards were also said to be in a state of disrepair.  He also said that there was a shortage of staff and in view of all this, CM Jagan had embarked on revolutionary changes in the field of education.  Earlier,  handed over bouquets to Minister Kodali Nani and welcomed him with Poornakumbh.  On this occasion, Minister Kodali Nani inspected a photo exhibition on the development of schools today.  Nandigama MLA Dr Mondithoka Jaganmohanarao, MLC Kalpana, District Collector J. Nivas, AP Forest Development Chairman M Arunakumar, Municipal Chairman Padmavati, District Joint Collector L Sivashankar, Sub Collector Praveen Chand, Assistant Collector Shobhita, DEO Tahera Sultana, Additional  Project Coordinator Vijayadurga, Municipal Commissioner Jayaram, Mandal Tehsildar D Chandrasekhar, MEO Balaji and others were present.