In a review meeting held at the camp office, the chief minister said every school should have a playground and officials were instructed to map schools without playgrounds, acquire necessary land and allocate playgrounds in those schools and ensure playgrounds in pre-high schools. Add. The coming days
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The Chief Minister inquired about the epidemic, corona prevention measures in schools and the existing condition of schools after the attendance of students. Officials informed the chief minister that there was no significant impact of the virus in schools due to the preventive measures taken by the government and added that all teachers were being vaccinated and attending school. They said student attendance was cent per cent in August, per2 per cent in September and per5 per cent in October, adding that it was currently 91 per cent.
The chief minister said the main objective of the “Amma Vodi” scheme is to increase the enrollment of students in the school and add a condition that children must have a minimum 75 per cent attendance for eligibility to plan. ”
He added, “Attendance criteria were waived due to the Covid-1 situation and officials were instructed to link attendance with the Amma Vodi scheme from 2022. Students should be given financial assistance under the Amma Vodi scheme considering their attendance.”
The Chief Minister directed the officials to issue work order for collection of items under Jaganna Vidya Kanuka by December and ensure that Vidya Kanuka kits are delivered to the students before the schools reopen every year. He inspected the quality of sportswear, shoes and suggested some changes.
He further said that the officials would work out a work plan to make one lakh available in each school for maintenance work. Officials suggested that they want to give rankings on school performance through social audit and the chief minister directed them to talk to teachers on the matter.
The chief minister said, “The ranking system is not only to identify where the school is lacking, but to point out mistakes, and instructed the officials to explain it clearly to the teachers. And thematic teacher policy has been added to introduce and improve the curriculum.”
The Chief Minister directed the officials to make it clear that no one is forcing the aided schools to be handed over to the government.
Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh, School Education Chief Secretary Buditi Rajshekhar, Women and Child Welfare Chief Secretary AR Anuradha, Finance Secretary N Gulzar, Women and Child Welfare Director (Disha Special Officer) Kritika Shukla, MDM and Sanitation Director BM Diwan, School Education Commissioner V. . Chinabir Bhadradu, Director of School Education (SCERT) B Prathap Reddy and other officials were present.
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