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Mayor participates in Rajanna Badibata
Mayor Pantham Rajani Sesha Sai has said that the corporation is strengthening all municipal corporation schools on par with corporate schools with all facilities.
Rajamahendravaram: Mayor Pantham Rajani Sesha Sai has said that the corporation is strengthening all municipal corporation schools on par with corporate schools with all facilities. The schools are having good teaching staff and the corporation is also encouraging sports in schools.
Participating in Rajanna Badibata programme held at Battula Mallikarjuna Rao Corporation School here on Friday, she said from this year the government is giving uniforms, shoes, ties, etc along with textbooks from first to tenth standard. Many students who studied in corporation schools obtained 10/10 ranks in tenth class public examinations. Meanwhile, the corporation is conducting special classes for tenth class students every year.
She advised the teachers to teach lessons by adopting latest teaching methods and underlined the need to make them as responsible citizens of the country. She also said the teachers should update their knowledge to give quality teaching to the students. Corporation deputy commissioner T Rajagopala Rao, deputy inspector of schools Dileep Kumar and others were present.