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5,100 govt schools will be developed, claims Minister

Subramanya, August 26, 2013, DHNS:

Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Kimmane Rathnakar has said that Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) will be implemented effectively from the next academic year in the state.

Speaking to mediapersons during his visit to Kukke Subramanya temple on Monday, he said regional imbalance can be removed by implementing the central education policy. With the RMSA, the Central government will provide financial aid to the state.

He said the government is planning to develop 5100 government schools in the state as model schools with the help of the villagers and donors. The GP will decide on the school to be developed in its jurisdiction. “The state government will bring in revolution in the education system in two years,” he added.

The State government has decided to appoint 12,000 guest teachers within a month.
There are 24,000 vacant posts in 51,000 schools in the State. The services of 4,000 teachers will be regularised. The services of teachers who retire in mid of the academic year will be continued till the end of the year.


The Minister said that measures will be taken to ensure that textbooks are supplied on time. The order for the textbooks will be sought in the month of September itself.
The SDMC will select the colour of school uniforms.

He also visited Subramanya Government Higher Primary School and had discussion with the teachers. “Education is a continous learning system. Teachers should mould the personality of the students,” he said. He also visited each classroom and asked students on the teaching system in the school.  

The Minister also visited Subramanya PU College and savoured ‘akshara dasoha’ and ‘Ksheera Bhagya’ at Kaikamba Government Higher Primary School.

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