AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy gave a sweet treat to the tenth class students. Students were distressed by the low pass percentage in the recently announced Tent results. Many also committed suicide. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections. At this point Jagan reviewed the results and said sweet words to the students.
First time tenth graders were given a betterment. So far only Interfaith students have been offered Betterment. However, the decision was taken to allow betterment for the convenience of the tenth graders in the wake of the declining pass percentage with the two-year Kovid conditions. The Department of Education has issued directives allowing any two subjects who scored less than 50 marks to write a betterment in the supplementary. For this a fee of Rs.500 per subject has been fixed at Rs.1000 for two subjects.
Today, Jagan held a review meeting at the camp office on education. Speaking on the occasion, CM Jagan said that work should start in all schools under the second phase by the end of this month and every school should have TVs as part of the infrastructure design. He said that we are competing with private schools in the creation of teaching and infrastructure facilities and should provide educational gift as soon as the schools start. To be prepared to that extent, they want to take steps towards setting up a junior college or high school plus or KGBV especially for the zone for girls.
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