NO TENSION UP TO INTER IN KASTURBA

 

Warangal, April 4, (globelmedianews.com):
No tension up to Inter in Kasturba. With the aim of providing higher education for the central government, the Central Government has established Kasturba Gandhi Schools at the rate of one per district in 2004. Orphans and maternal granddaughters are losing someone, lagging, weak, economically backward and educated students. There are 3,703 KGVs across the country with the highest number of 475 schools in Telangana. To this day, rural areas are funded for classes 9 and 10. The central government will increase its burden to the Union Government. 38 thousand seats will be available in Telangana. There are 15 Kasturba Gundi Girls' Colleges in the district. About 3,000 students are enrolled in 200 schools in each school. The government has been providing special facilities such as free meals and books and other books. With the latest Central Government decision, the students are in a position to study the interruption without interruption. 


NO TENSION UP TO INTER IN KASTURBA

The Center only allowed education to grade 6th and 8th grade. The center will bear 60 percent of the cost. Under Joint State, these are extended to 9th and 10th classes and run with own funds. The central government will have central funding for the 9th and 10th classes with the latest decision of the central government. The Central Government has taken a decision on the recommendation of the Sub-Committee to introduce inter education. The Telangana government has been listening to the Central Government for three years to extend KJV to Inter. The Union Human Resources Development Minister Javadhekar appointed the sub-chairman of the Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari as the chairman of this department. Kadiyam presented a final report to the central government on 16 January 2018. The report specifically refers to providing education to 12th grade in KJVB. Kadiyam's ambition was fulfilled after the decision was taken at the Union Cabinet meeting on March 29.


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