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    Khammam: The Bhadrachalam ITDA Project Officer, Prateek Jain, has announced efforts to create a 100-day action plan for the academic improvement of tribal students enrolled in SSC at Ashram Schools. The aim is to enhance their performance in the SSC exams. Teachers and administrators met to discuss and develop the plan.

    The Tribal Welfare Department Commissioner has instructed teachers to complete the curriculum by January 10, with a focus on Mathematics and Social Sciences. Teachers from different schools will create a practice book and workbook containing 2,000 questions. If the curriculum is not completed by January 10, disciplinary action will be taken against the Headmasters and subject teachers. The action plan will be implemented from January 11 to March.

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    To assist students in planning their future, a mobile career counseling lab has been set up. Verizon, a multinational company, has donated the vehicle. From September 14 to September 18, students in Class 9 and above residing in tribal welfare hostels will be educated about future prospects, as stated by the Project Officer.

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