We classify government run schools and Anganwadi Centres into six types

 

 


 - We classify government run schools and Anganwadi Centres into six types


 - Embark on revolutionary changes in education

 - Construction and repair of Anganwadi Centres at a cost of Rs.5.80 crores

 - Minister of State for Civil Supplies Kodali Nani



 Gudivada, Aug 7 (prajaamaravati): State Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has said that the state government-run mandals, zilla parishads, municipal and tribal welfare schools and the existing Anganwadi centers are being categorized into six types, which have also been approved by the state cabinet.  On Saturday, Minister Kodali Nani reviewed the repair work of Anganwadi Centers in Krishna District Gudivada constituency.  On this occasion, Minister Kodali Nani said that the government has allocated Rs.5.80 crore has been sanctioned.  With these funds, repair work of Anganwadi centers has been undertaken in Gudivada Rural Mandal, Kasipudi and other places.  Meanwhile, he said that the stage and direction of public educational institutions in the state will change through Mana Badi Nadu -Nedu.  CM Jaganmohan Reddy said that he was ready for revolutionary changes in the field of education.  He said the government would implement academic and administrative reforms.  He said that learning skills will be improved in the students studying in government schools.  The government is classifying schools in the state as Satellite Foundation Schools, Foundational Schools, Foundational Plus Schools, Pre-High Schools, High Schools and High School Plus Schools.  The current classification of 44,000 schools will increase to 58,000 due to the ongoing classification from PP-1 to Class XII.  Teachers are recruited according to the proportion of students.  In addition, students will be taught in English medium.  He said students are prepared to adapt to the world.  Even schools running with a single teacher will have different teachers teaching the subject according to the number of students by classification.  This will also reduce the workload on teachers.  Qualified Anganwadi teachers will also get promotions.  He said that CM Jaganmohan Reddy had issued clear instructions to teach Telugu as a compulsory subject.  He said Rs 16,000 crore was being spent on new education policy and Nadu- Nedu.  Orientation programs will also be held to create awareness on the new education policy.  Amma Odi, English Medium, Nadu - Nedu programs are bringing significant results at the field level.  He said the number of students in schools was increasing.  Public confidence in public education is on the rise.  Minister Kodali Nani said the desire to send children to slavery through the Amma Odi program has been strengthened among parents.

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