Adoni : Marking the third consecutive year, the ‘Jagananna Vidya Kanuka’ stands as one of the most beneficial schemes for school students. The Jagananna Vidya Kanuka started with the aim to ensure that the beginning of an academic year should not be a burden to parents. The government is providing school kit free of cost, and it consists of three pairs of uniform with their stitching charges, one pair of shoes, 2 pairs of socks, belt, school bag, textbooks, notebooks, and workbooks to all students pursuing education in all government and aided schools from Classes 1 to 10. Overall, 47,40,421 students from government and aided schools across the state received school kits. The government this year spent around Rs. 931.02 Cr which adds up to Rs. 2,368.33 Cr in the last 3 years.
“WE ARE THE ONLY GOVT TO FOCUS ON THE FUTURE OF GENERATION”: AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy
Ever since CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s government took over the reins of the state, the Chief Minister emphasis on a holistic approach towards the overall development in the education sector has always been taken up on priority. Right from education related schemes from ‘Amma Vodi’ to Swecha, the total expenditure by the government in the last 3 years is Rs. 52,676.98 Cr. As a result, the number of students studying in government schools (From class 1 to 10) has seen a remarkable increase from 37.21 lakh students to 44.30 lakh students – i.e. 7 lakh students have joined government run schools and the number is on rise ever since.
“GOVT TAKING STEPS TOWARDS FELICITATE TEACHING IN DIGITAL MODE”: AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy
No stone is left unturned in improving the education standards into the lives of the students, beginning with introduction to CBSE education in government schools to newly partnered BYJUs who will now be adding on their expertise into digital education. Speaking further on their role, the CM said ‘The government has signed MoU with BYJUs, one of the largest educational tech companies. BYJUs study material will be distributed to all students studying in govt schools from class 4 to class 10. Apart from knowledge building, 4.7 lakh students of class 8 will receive tabs by September 2022. Steps are being carried out towards installation of smart TVs or digital display board in each classroom to facilitate digital format of teaching and learning’
“THE CHIEF MINISTER EMPHASIZED ON EDUCATION BECAUSE FUTURE LIES IN BETTER EDUCATION” HAJI ALTAF HUSSAIN, MINORITY WELFARE
Further lending support and appreciating the government led initiatives under the education sector, Haji Altaf Hussain, from the minority welfare said “Education policy is not target to one section of society, but for the benefit the students across the state. The Chief Minister has ensured that it is his responsibility to educate, irrespective of caste, creed, and religion. Even with the financial constrain, the CM stands as a guarantee and proved to implement it so. CM emphasizes on education because future lies in better education and ensuring to make them globally competent. I urge my minority community to fully utilize the resources, facilities and the privileges which is being provided in the banquet of the education policies because this is the future, you can create a foundation of new Andhra Pradesh under the leadership of Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy.”