Tirupati: Highlight importance of graft-free society said Deputy Chief Minister K Narayana Swamy
Says government is taking several measures to provide quality education to poor and middle-class sections Panchayat Raj Minister P Ramachandra Reddy says the Chief Minister focussed his entire attention on welfare and inviting suggestions on it
Tirupati: The aim of the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is to provide best education to poor and taking several measures towards achieving this goal, said Deputy Chief Minister K Narayana Swamy. Addressing the third-day programme of the brain storming session on education under "Mana Palana – Mee Suchana" on completion of one-year of YSRCP government's tenure at SV University senate hall on Wednesday, Narayana Swamy appealed to the teachers to teach the importance of corruption-free society and prohibition of liquor towards fulfilling the ambition of the Chief Minister.
Minister for Panchayat Raj and Rural development P Ramachandra Reddy said the Chief Minister focussed his entire attention on welfare and inviting suggestions on the one-year rule. The focus now shifts towards development without leaving welfare.
He added 46,000 schools in the state will be made modern schools under Nadu-Nedu programme for which Panchayat Raj department has been spending 60 per cent of funds.
The idea was to educate everyone through which the State could be well off financially. District Collector Dr N Bharat Gupta observed that the suggestions of parents, educationists, students and teachers will give valid inputs for government to design its policies for next four years.
MLC Y Sreenivasulu Reddy sought for introduction of NEET and EAMCET coaching in government junior colleges. He also felt that all the vacancies in these colleges would be filled and to give priority for online teaching system.
Urban SP A Ramesh Reddy, Joint Collector – II V Veerabrahmam, DEO Narasimha Reddy, Samagra Shiksha Project Coordinator P Venkata Ramana Reddy and others took part in the programme.
SPMVV V-C Prof D Jamuna, Vedic University V-C Prof S Sudarsana Sarma and several other educationists have expressed their views during the brain storming session.