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Govt inks MoU with E&Y Research to train students

Govt inks MoU with E&Y Research to train students
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The Government of Andhra Pradesh entered an MoU with the E and Y Research to train the students in the universities on innovative concepts

Ongole: The Government of Andhra Pradesh entered an MoU with the E and Y Research to train the students in the universities on innovative concepts.

The agreement was exchanged between the education department officials and the representatives of the E and Y Research at Ongole, in the presence of the Education Minister Ganta Srinivas, on Tuesday.

Earlier, Ganta Srinivas conducted a review meeting with the Collector, Vadarevu Vinay Chand and other officials on the arrangements for the Gnanabheri programme scheduled on Wednesday, in which Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu will be participating.

The minister said that the government had allocated Rs 25,000 crore to education in the budget, even though it was suffering from lack of resources just to encourage students in the state.

He announced that with the constant persuasion from the chief minister, the state had bettered its position in education from 17th place to third place now.

He said that due to the increased infrastructure and provision of digital classrooms, 1,71,842 students from the private and corporate schools joined government schools this year.

Srinivas announced that the government was organising the Gnanabheri programmes to encourage students in the state to develop skills.

He said that about 34178 students have registered for the Gnanabheri in Prakasam district, which is a highest number up to now. He announced that the chief minister will lay foundation stone to the general university in the district, as part of his tour.

The MLCs Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, Karanam Balarama Krishnamurthy, MLAs Damacharla Janardhana Rao, DVB Swamy, APSCHE secretary Damayanthi, ANU VC Rajendra Prasad, joint collector S Nagalakshmi and others also participated in the programme.

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