jagananna vasathi deevena: Andhra Pradesh CM credit Rs 1048.94 crore below Jagananna Vasathi Deevena scheme

AMARAVATI: Asserting that poverty shouldn’t deprive a toddler from pursuing greater training, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Wednesday credited Rs 1048.94 crore into the accounts of moms of 10,89,302 college students below ‘Jagananna Vasathi Deevena’ welfare scheme for the educational yr 2020-21.

Talking on this event, the Chief Minister mentioned that solely training has the facility to alter the world, eradicate poverty and backwardness of the society, which is why no little one must be disadvantaged of getting educated. With a purpose to present high quality training for the scholars and to ease the monetary burden on dad and mom, the federal government has give you Vidya Deevena reimbursing the faculty charges and Vasathi Deevena for boarding and hostel charges to the scholars.

Attributing that Vasathi Deevena would profit almost 10.89 lakh college students within the state, the Chief Minister mentioned that Rs 2,270 crore was spent alone on the scheme for the reason that formation of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Celebration (YSRCP) authorities.


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Within the training sector alone, for schemes like Amma Vodi, Vidya Deevena, Vasathi Deevena, Goru Muddha, Vidya Kanuka and Nadu-Nedu, the state authorities had spent a whopping Rs 25,714 crores in simply 22 months of forming the federal government.

“Despite going by means of extreme monetary disaster as a result of pandemic, the State authorities didn’t again out from implementing any welfare scheme,” mentioned the Chief Minister.

On the reforms within the training sector, he mentioned that the federal government can be implementing the CBSE board from the approaching educational yr and in addition rework Anganwadis as YSR Pre-primary faculties providing PP1, PP2 and Pre firstclass.

He additional spoke in regards to the challenge of conducting examinations to class X and Intermediate college students, he mentioned the middle had left it to the state governments to determine whether or not or to not conduct exams within the present state of affairs.

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