Parents of wards, who were studying in private schools, seem keen to enroll their children in government schools. On June 18 alone, over 3,000 children joined government schools, leaving behind their seats in private schools.

As on June 18, 1,22,956 students have joined government schools in classes I to X as part of the Badi-Bata (admission drive) being conducted by teachers of government and local body schools. The drive will continue till this month-end.

This academic year, parents are making a beeline to enroll their children in the government and local body schools across


The move comes as the State government introduced English medium of instruction in classes I to VIII in all government and local body schools from this academic year. Accordingly, a total of 1.04 lakh government teachers were trained in collaboration with the Azim Premji University. The government is also providing bilingual textbooks, i.e., English and Telugu.

This apart, all government schools are getting a facelift and an improvement in amenities for students, as part of the Mana Ooru-Mana Badi/Mana Basti-Mana Badi programme, a flagship initiative of the State government.
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