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2 Zilla Parishad high schools to turn into model schools in Vizianagaram

2 Zilla Parishad high schools to turn into model schools in Vizianagaram

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Vizianagaram: Society believes that the students coming from rural areas are not wise and they cannot compete with the students of cities and towns. But the government of Andhra Pradesh is going to undertake a project to make some schools in the state as model schools and mould the students to compete with the students of corporate schools.

For this, the department of education has directed all the district educational officers to select Zilla Parishad high school from each revenue division and send the proposals to the commissionerates. As per the estimation, around 51 schools will be selected from 51 revenue divisions of Andhra Pradesh.

All these schools will be developed on all aspects and will be provided every facility available in corporate schools. Now, the students of these schools will be taught by the experienced and committed teachers and they will be trained to compete with the students of corporate schools and convents. Now the students and their parents need not worry about the broken flooring, seeping roofs, faded black boards, narrow and suffocated classrooms.

As per the instructions given by the government, the district administration has selected the high schools in Ramabhdrapuram and Cheepurupalli as the both schools have good number of students.

The schools have 1,100 number of students in each. Speaking to The Hans India, Vizianagaram DEO GNagamanistated that the government has directed us to send proposals to convert the ZP high schools as model schools and as per the note, they had selected Cheepurupalli and Ramabhdrapurm high schools.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to the students to learn more without paying any fee. Even the teachers also will work dedicatedly with the encouraging facilities,” she said.

Under the programme, the schools will be provided with additional facilities which includewell-furnished classrooms, filtered drinking water,uninterrupted power supply, fans lights to be fitted in every classroom, solar power plant to be erected, CC cameras for every classroom,digital classrooms with internet facility, neat and tidy toilets,fibernet for every classroom, computer education,frequent trainings for teachers to nurture their teaching skills, dance and other cultural training, neat flooring and ceiling andfinancial support to meet every requirement.

Source: thehansindia
Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network

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