K M Dayashankar
JAGTIAL: With an aim to attract the children towards the government school, the government schools have conducted mass Aksharabhyasam (initiation of children into the world of learning) programmes across the integrated Karimnagar district as part of the Badi bata programme on Monday (June 20).
At Mandal Parishad primary school in Gollakota village of Velgatoor mandal, headmaster Chanduri Raji Reddy conducted the mass Aksharabhyasam to the children, who were enrolled into the school during the Badi bata programme. The school management distributed slates and chalks to 20 students for Aksharabhyasam programme.
On this occasion, he said that the government was providing quality education to the children in all government schools. He said that the government was distributing books, uniforms, midday meals and also introduced English medium education from first to eighth classes.
Sarpanch Ponnam Swaroopa, MPTC member Gollapalli Srija, SMC chairman Gollapalli Sirisha, Gollakota high school headmaster Sharada, primary school teachers Ramadevi, Srinivas, Naresh Kumar, Srilatha and the parents were also present.
Sarpanch joins his son into Govt School
KARIMNAGAR: Similarly, the mass aksharabhyasam programme was also conducted in Gagireddypalli village primary school in Chigirumamidi mandal by the headmaster Kola Ramachandra Reddy along with Sarpanch S Venkatesh, SMC chairman M Srinivas and others. Karimnagar based Civil engineer Kola Anna Reddy donated school bags and slates to the newly enrolled students.
The village sarpanch had joined his son into the government school and emerged as role model. The teachers felicitated the sarpanch for joining his ward into the government school and instilling confidence among the villagers. Teachers Jyothis, Premalatha, Ravinder, panchayat secretary Suryaprakash, Anganwadi teacher Padma and othesr were also present.