Govt nod for Intermediate courses at model schools
State government has issued orders on Monday to start Intermediate courses in the 355 Model schools, schedule to be opened from the next academic year ...
State government has issued orders on Monday to start Intermediate courses in the 355 Model schools, schedule to be opened from the next academic year i.e. 2013-14. The permission was accorded after the C& DSE has sought affiliation for intake of students- twenty from each stream of MPC, BiPC, CEC and MEC. This means, every model school can take a total of 80 students for each year of Intermediate course. The Union Government has sanctioned 355 Model schools under phase�I to Andhra Pradesh for setting up on Kendriya Vidyalaya template with classes VI to X and intermediate with 2 sections in each class with an estimated cost of Rs.3.02 crore. In the second phase, another 364 schools will be set up. The central government has announced plans to start 6000 Model Schools in the most backward mandals with an objective to invest in setting up of good quality schools across the country with standards of excellence for other schools in the area. The recruitment of teachers has reached its final phase and the Minister for Secondary Education K Parthasarathy has recently announced that the process would be over by May 15. The schools would start functioning from June 12. But the problem appears to be how the government can adjust the limited staff even for intermediate courses.