“EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS REVAMPED UNDER ‘NADU-NEDU’ THROUGH A HOLISTIC PERSPECTIVE”: CM YS JAGAN
OFFICIALS RESPOND TO MISLEADING REPORTS OVER THE DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC BOOKS TO STUDENTS; CLARIFY THAT 2ND SEMESTER BEGINS IN DECEMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF BOOKS IS SCHEDULED ON TIME
In what seems to be a misleading report in a local newspaper about the distribution of academic books for the second semester, the officials from the education department have denied and clarified to the Chief Minister that the second semester will begin in December.
they are right on schedule to be distributed the books on time. To this, the CM responded by stating that the newspapers are propagating such false news to create confusion and hatred towards the government. CM said that children and parents should not suffer due to such propaganda.
To improve the state’s education system holistically, the Andhra Pradesh government is leaving no stone unturned to not only revamp the institutions through infrastructure but also give equal importance to other aspects such as new teaching-learning methods, nutrition, etc.
The government now shifts focus on providing the highest priority to transforming every school with digital classrooms. Taken under phases, the digital method is being worked through setting up Smart TVs and Interactive flat panels (IFP).
The CM reiterated that schools required a digital communication mode to strengthen the teaching and learning methods in all schools. Regarding why the government has taken up Nadu-Nedu, CM said, “We must be sincere in the works taken up and ensure to protect it well.
Be it infrastructure, teaching-learning methods, and now complete digitization of the classrooms, holistically transforming the educational structure”. The government is also making all the efforts to change the dimension of child learning by ensuring to allot subject teachers from class 3 to 10, limiting one teacher to 20 students.