Byjus training to 35 lakh students
Byjus training – VIJAYAWADA: According to Education Minister Botcha Satyanarayana, the government and Byju’s have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to provide spoken English instruction at government schools to children in grades 4 through 8. A renowned educational institution, Byjus traning is offering to assist 35 lakh kids in the state and would carry out the initiative as part of its CSR efforts (CSR). After here on Wednesday revealing the Intermediate results, he was addressing the media.
According to the minister, the government will open 884 new junior colleges in the state as of the current academic year. The minister also stated that, should technical difficulties arise, the government may decide to rethink its decision to convert 25 junior colleges to girls-only. In keeping with its aim to establish two junior colleges in each Mandal, the government intends to convert high schools up to the tenth grade into junior colleges. In the state, there are 679 mandals. According to the minister, the current personnel will be reorganized and new hires may be made, as needed.
Tabs would be given to Class VIII students at the state’s public schools, according to the minister. At the “Amma Vodi” function, which will take place in Srikakulam on May 27, the Chief Minister will announce that laptops will be given to the pupils. In response to a question, the Department of Education is investigating the causes of the low Intermediate test pass rates in specific areas and is taking the necessary actions to improve performance.
There was also Controller of Examinations GV Prabhakara Reddy, Secretary and Commissioner of Intermediate Education Council M.V. Seshagiri Babu, and Principal Secretary, Department of Education, B. Rajasekhar.