Minister insists on quality in Nadu-Nedu works
Education Minister A. Suresh on Wednesday stated no compromise needs to be made in the quality of works taken up as a part of Nadu-Nedu in junior schools.
In a video convention, he stated in the second part of the programme, moreover colleges, junior schools have been additionally being included. Of the 16,345 instructional establishments that might get a facelift in this spherical, 473 of them have been junior schools, he stated.
The Minister stated all works could be taken up underneath the supervision of the College Development Committees to make sure transparency and accountability. The officers ought to coordinate with regard to their roles and see to it that the works have been accomplished earlier than the stipulated deadline, he stated.
Leaders of the Andhra Pradesh United Teachers’ Federation (UTF), in the meantime, have urged the federal government to postpone implementation of the second part of Nadu-Nedu programme at the least by three months in view of the speedy unfold of the COVID-19.
In a press release, federation president N. Venkateswarlu and normal secretary K.S.S. Prasad identified that because of the unprecedented virus disaster, the federal government had closed the tutorial 12 months for college students of 1 to 9 Classes and had introduced holidays from May 1 for tenth Class additionally. As many as 1,700 academics have been affected by the virus thus far and of them, 122 had succumbed to the virus.
They stated although was claimed that the mother and father’ committee would shoulder the duty for works taken up underneath this programme, the truth was that your complete burden of labor was being borne by the varsity headmasters. Unable to steadiness the instructing curriculum and implementation of the federal government programmes, they have been dealing with immense strain, the leaders stated.