He reaffirmed the government’s determination to conduct mid-term audits according to schedule
Prime Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed school education officials to ensure that work commenced under the Nadu Nedu program in 15,715 schools across the state is completed by the end of May.
While checking the progress of the work at a meeting on Friday, Jagan Mohan Reddy said the schools should look attractive with colorful and artistic designs on the walls. Schools should also have a photo wall showing the school before work began, the renovation work being done and the current status of the buildings.
“I don’t want any negligence in my work. For this reason we have set up parenting committees. Make sure the work is done during the summer break and complete the quality audit. Maintenance of the toilets should also be guaranteed. Teachers should be trained in the English medium. Also, ensure that the Jagananna Vidya Kanuka program uniforms, bags, and shoes are ready by the beginning of the next academic year. Make sure the English dictionary is provided as part of the kit, ”said the Chief Minister.
The Prime Minister reiterated that the state government was obliged to conduct the public interim examinations from May 5, and stated that the central government had not commented on the examinations and left the decision to the states.
“We have decided to conduct the exams taking into account the interests of the students. A good exam result ensures a better future. What good is it if students only get a passport certificate? It’s very easy to say that we want to cancel the exams. However, it is very difficult to conduct the exams. Teachers need to remember that we decided to hold the exams during these times to ensure a better future for the children, ”said Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Minister of Education A. Suresh, Secretary for School Education, B. Rajasekhar, Commissioner for School Education, V. Chinabadradu, and SSA Project Director Vetri Selvi were present.