Nation Politics 16 Aug 2021 Nadu Nedu-Mana Badi ...

Nadu Nedu-Mana Badi first phase to be launched today in AP

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Aug 16, 2021, 8:50 am IST
Updated Aug 16, 2021, 10:46 am IST
Government schools are now spick and span and Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits have boosted the confidence of students
Schools being cleaned for reopening on August 16 after pandemic-induced lockdown. —  DC Image/C. Narayana Rao
 Schools being cleaned for reopening on August 16 after pandemic-induced lockdown. — DC Image/C. Narayana Rao

VIJAYAWADA: No student who has lost a parent or both to Covid-19 and is unable to pay tuition fees can be removed from school. Nor should any student be asked to go if he or she has no uniform or learning material. Managements of all private-aided and unaided schools should adhere to these instructions and ensure education continuity of every student.

Dusting out decades of lethargy, government schools are now spick and span and Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits have boosted the confidence of students, thanks to the pro-students schemes launched by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

 

He will launch the Nadu Nedu-Mana Badi first phase and will distribute Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits at Singamsetti Prabhavathi ZPP High School in P. Gannavaram of East Godavari district on Monday besides launching the second phase of Mana Badi. 

The Vidya Kanuka kit comprises three pairs of uniforms, an Oxford English to Telugu dictionary, one pair of shoes, two pairs of socks, bilingual textbooks, notebooks, belt and a school bag.

Under Jagananna Vidya Kanuka, 42,32,064 kits will be distributed to students from government and aided schools across the State at an expenditure of Rs 731.30 crore for the academic year 2021-22.

 

The first phase of Nadu Nedu-Mana Badi has been completed at a cost of Rs 3,699 crore covering 15,715 schools. Under Nadu-Nedu, government schools will undergo a complete makeover in three phases against a projected cost of Rs 16,025 crore. As part of the second phase, 16,368 government schools will be renovated at a cost of  Rs 4,535 crore.

The revamping will include toilets with running water facilities, drinking water, electrification, upgraded furniture, green chalkboard, an English lab and a compound wall, among other things.

 

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