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    Jagan ensures quality education for the underprivileged in AP to tackle poverty

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    Tirupati, January 24: Chief Minister jagan Mohan Reddy said that quality education is important for lifting people out of poverty and helping students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds succeed globally. He made these remarks at the India Today Education Summit, where he emphasized his government’s commitment to educational reforms that empower students from government schools.

    During the summit, the Chief Minister addressed the issue of affluent families enrolling their children in private schools while students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds struggle. He highlighted the government’s efforts to provide quality education to the underprivileged through digital classrooms, modern subjects, English medium teaching, bilingual textbooks, and improved infrastructure.

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    The Chief Minister also announced plans to introduce the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum in government schools starting from the academic year 2025-26. He assured that the government is actively working to ensure an adequate number of teachers and sufficient funding for educational reforms.

    The government has allocated a budget of Rs. 14,000 crores for the Nadu-Nedu initiative, with Rs. 8,300 crore already spent in the first phase. The Chief Minister emphasized the commitment to spending substantial amounts on education to make quality education accessible to all.

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    He assured that accountability is maintained through regular monitoring by school committees, responsible teachers, and district-level officers. The Chief Minister personally conducts reviews to ensure efficient fund utilization and provision of facilities.

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    The Chief Minister emphasized that the government’s motives for educational reforms are not political. He stated that poverty cannot be eradicated without improving lives through quality education. The government aims to empower students from marginalized families by introducing honours courses, specialized subjects, and mandatory internships.

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    By providing job-oriented education, the government wants to show that students from economically weaker sections can compete globally and have a brighter future.

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