YS Jagan Plans to Develop Govt Schools
The AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has made a historical move on November 14 on the occasion of 'Children's day'. He launched the much talked about program 'Nadu-Nedu' which is promised to develop government schools on a war footing.
The CM treated this program as a reorganize in the school education system. He inaugurated this program at PVR school of Ongole. Following is the list of changes that are to be done with existing government schools in the near future.
A total amount of Rs.3500 crore will be spent on government schools for every financial year. Previously TDP government would spend just Rs.20 crores for a financial year.
With the onset of cellphones, the internet and Robotics in the near future, one can envisage the plight of Telugu medium students after 10 years.
Drinking water facility, toilets, tube lights in classrooms, furniture, school compound wall and English labs will be provided in every government school.
There will be green chalkboards, which will replace the blackboards.
Every section will be converted to English medium from class 1 to class 6 from the next academic year.
Obviously, Telugu will become one of the compulsory subjects.
As per their estimation, a total of 45000 schools will be developed under the 'Nadu-Nedu' scheme and a total of 15,700 schools will be developed in the first phase.
There will also be bridge courses for students to cope with the new medium.