The State government has been striving not just for right to education but for right to English medium and right to higher education with incentives from pre-primary to college education.
Speaking on Vidya Kanuka, Jagan said it should be ensured that children get the benefit by the time schools open in the new academic year.
Directs education officials to verify facilities created in schools as part of revamp and hold audit four times a year
The chief minister kicked off his programme to interact with the party rank and file of all 175 constituencies to guide them in the run-up to the 2024 elections.
He said that some people are misleading students on English medium instruction and both Telugu and English medium of instruction will continue.
He instructed the officials to prepare an action plan by July 15 to set up digital boards and TVs in classrooms.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has directed the officials to start the second phase of Nadu-Nedu works in all schools within a month.
They lauded the implementation of Nadu-Nedu, introduction of English as a medium of instruction and other initiatives that the CM has put in place to improve standards of education.
He asserted that the pictures of roads should be taken before and after executing repair works on the lines of Nadu-Nedu programme covering government schools and hospitals.
Development of basic infrastructure in the government schools and junior colleges under the second phase has been taken up at a cost of Rs 11,267 crore.
Around Rs 1.50 crore was spent for constructing additional classrooms in the MK Baig High School, which has a long history of five decades
Chief Minister Jagan said It will be introduced in classes VIII, IX and X from next academic year.