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    Government Intermediate Colleges Facing Shortages of Teachers, Books, and Amenities

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    In Karimnagar, the district administration is working to increase enrollments and improve student performance as Intermediate colleges begin. The District Intermediate Education Officer, G Jagan Mohan Reddy, announced that special classes will be held for students who need extra help at government junior colleges.

    Teachers and top-performing students will visit the homes of recent SSC graduates to encourage them to enroll in the new academic year. The DIEO discussed efforts to enhance facilities and education quality in junior colleges during an interview with The Hans India.

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    One measure being taken to strengthen government junior colleges is a door-to-door campaign to boost admissions. Pamphlets and banners are being used to promote the colleges’ facilities and teaching quality.

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    While some principal positions are vacant, there is no shortage of teachers in the district. Additional teachers have been appointed based on student numbers at schools with vacancies. The district also has 75% guest lecturers to support admissions campaigns and teaching.

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    Repair funding has been allocated for 11 government junior colleges, with plans to address issues like dilapidated rooms, lack of desks, and insufficient toilets. Efforts are being made to quickly resolve classroom and furniture shortages.

    Although textbooks have not arrived on time, efforts are being made to distribute leftover books from the previous year while awaiting new ones. The focus this year will be on monitoring student progress and conducting regular assessments, especially for struggling students.

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