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    In Jogulamba Gadwal district, the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) is facing a problem. There are only 40 seats available for girls, but this year there are around 55 to 60 students looking for admission. Due to limited resources and government policies, only 40 girls can be accommodated, leaving the rest without a place. As a result, many of these girls are being forced to return to farm work because they cannot get a seat at the school. This shows the need for more space and resources at KGBV schools so all interested students can get an education and avoid child labor.

    To address this issue, the government needs to reconsider and possibly increase the capacity of KGBV schools so that no child misses out on an education due to logistical issues.

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    Many parents in Jogulamba Gadwal district feel the government is neglecting the need to establish more KGBV schools, ideally two in each mandal. Despite the government’s focus on girls’ education, the lack of seats in KGBV schools has caused widespread dissatisfaction. Parents argue that while the government talks about educating girls, many are being turned away because there aren’t enough spaces.

    The establishment of KGBV schools has sparked more interest among girls in pursuing education. But the failure to increase the number of seats has left many female students disappointed. In response to the demand, the government is adding more classes and sections in KGBV schools. However, there is still a need for a more permanent solution like opening more KGBV schools to ensure all girls in the district can go to school.

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    MPP Vijay Kumar has called for more seats at the KGBV school in Gattu Mandal, Gadwal. He submitted a petition to Collector Santosh, noting that 135 KGBV applicants have been turned away due to lack of space. He also suggested opening another KGBV and a BC girls’ hostel in the mandal. He urged the government to act on this issue to support girls’ education.

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    Rajesh M
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