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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy plans to digitalise 45,000 schools by the next academic year, said Audimulapu Suresh, State Education Minister.

“Officials are working day and night to meet the CM’s deadline of completing work on the Nadu-Nedu initiative by the beginning of the academic year in June,” said Suresh.


It will be the first time in the history of Andhra Pradesh that government schools will give tough competition to the private schools and institutions in terms of digitalisation.

This plan will be implemented in a phased manner. In the first phase government has its aim to install 10,000 smart TVs, the cost of which comes up to a total of 45 crores to 50 crores.


Every government school in the state will be having its own smart television for the digitalised learning, so the days are gone wherein for good education parents use to think of sending their children to private schools at a higher cost.

Earlier in the first week of September in a review meeting held at the camp office in Tadepalli by CM Reddy, it was directed to the officials that no student should be left out of digital education and all government schools should be equipped with the centralised integrated system smart TVs
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Even after this how many are ready to send their children to Govt schools?
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Even after this how many are ready to send their children to Govt schools?


it's not about 1 thing changing the system kadandi.. it will take many steps and a good amount of time to show the results and for the entire thought process to change..

Step in the right direction.. Corruption lekunda, idoka individual step kakunda (further steps to bring holistic improvement) cheskuntu povali with set target timelines..
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it's not about 1 thing changing the system kadandi.. it will take many steps and a good amount of time to show the results and for the entire thought process to change..

Step in the right direction.. Corruption lekunda, idoka individual step kakunda (further steps to bring holistic improvement) cheskuntu povali with set target timelines..

Exactly... Education standards ni kuda aa level ki increase cheyali. Lower middle class vallaki manchi education with less amount dorikithe chalu as Middle and UMC will not join their children in Govt schools.
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Exactly... Education standards ni kuda aa level ki increase cheyali. Lower middle class vallaki manchi education with less amount dorikithe chalu as Middle and UMC will not join their children in Govt schools.

Admissions improve avuthunai due to Amma vodi and Nadu Nedu definite ga machi step covid leka poyi unte inka bavundevi admissions Nadu Nedu works matram baaga jaruguthunai
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Admissions improve avuthunai due to Amma vodi and Nadu Nedu definite ga machi step covid leka poyi unte inka bavundevi admissions Nadu Nedu works matram baaga jaruguthunai

Great work. Evarina sari Govt schools standards ni improve cheyadaniki try cheyali but problem is many pvt schools are of few ministers so that is not very easy.
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They could have chose projectors right screen viewing kuda peddha ga vuntundhi.50000 rs ki enni inches smart tv vasthundhi?
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good initiative.. govt. schools bagu chesthey chala manchidhi.. infrastructure kuda bagu chesthey mari manchidhi.. 1 smart tv 10k padthundhi.. decent.. inthaki ey Company ki isthundho govt ee bhari offer.. naku thelisi china companies ey ayyuntay intha thakkuva 10k antey..
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frankly speaking thats a genuine question... 7th grade varaku private schools ni thaginchali.. (may be 1-2 per 1 lakh population for ppl who come from other states on jobs, NRIs etc.. (high fee vasulu cheyali)

rest antha govt. handover vunte automatic ga quality demand chestaru.. ipudu private vundatam valla.. govt. entha karchupetina.. antha vruda ga pothundi.. 

once infra is available.. may be govt. can then think abt increasing participation..

first its good to see govt. spending on schools...
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good initiative.. govt. schools bagu chesthey chala manchidhi.. infrastructure kuda bagu chesthey mari manchidhi.. 1 smart tv 10k padthundhi.. decent.. inthaki ey Company ki isthundho govt ee bhari offer.. naku thelisi china companies ey ayyuntay intha thakkuva 10k antey..


10,000 TVs for 45-50 Crores.. ante ~50,000 per TV
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frankly speaking thats a genuine question... 7th grade varaku private schools ni thaginchali.. (may be 1-2 per 1 lakh population for ppl who come from other states on jobs, NRIs etc.. (high fee vasulu cheyali)

rest antha govt. handover vunte automatic ga quality demand chestaru.. ipudu private vundatam valla.. govt. entha karchupetina.. antha vruda ga pothundi.. 

once infra is available.. may be govt. can then think abt increasing participation..

first its good to see govt. spending on schools...


enduku vruda potundi.. there is no way a private school can compete with govt. school in terms of fee.. ee infra add chestunnaru ani fee pencharu kada..

private schools peekesthe mamoolu racha jaragadu.. migatha vallanu pakkana pettandi parents ee digutaru inka.. unna private schools ke tuition ani thousands karchu pedutunnaru extra..

best thing is to get infra in govt. schools to a level which is closer to private schools.. teachers ki iche salaries ki if they set good process in place, they can hire better talent through exams.. and as the fee is lower paina 'Subbi_uppi' garu annattu lower middle class will have a much better option
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enduku vruda potundi.. there is no way a private school can compete with govt. school in terms of fee.. ee infra add chestunnaru ani fee pencharu kada..

private schools peekesthe mamoolu racha jaragadu.. migatha vallanu pakkana pettandi parents ee digutaru inka.. unna private schools ke tuition ani thousands karchu pedutunnaru extra..

best thing is to get infra in govt. schools to a level which is closer to private schools.. teachers ki iche salaries ki if they set good process in place, they can hire better talent through exams.. and as the fee is lower paina 'Subbi_uppi' garu annattu lower middle class will have a much better option


govt. vs pvt. is always a loop hole. mana ministers ke pvt. education vunayi and they are running govt. 

this applies to govt. transportation, govt. hospitals etc.. (but schools are more important as they kids spend  atleast 5-10 yrs )

Parents will fight as current govt. schools are pathetic... but once they improve govt. can phase wise make primary education in govt. schools mandatory.. (konchem radical idea but worth looking at)
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govt. vs pvt. is always a loop hole. mana ministers ke pvt. education vunayi and they are running govt. 

this applies to govt. transportation, govt. hospitals etc.. (but schools are more important as they kids spend  atleast 5-10 yrs )

Parents will fight as current govt. schools are pathetic... but once they improve govt. can phase wise make primary education in govt. schools mandatory.. (konchem radical idea but worth looking at)


I agree with the bold part.. strict measures need to be taken here which won't happen..

but your ask is to stop the current good infra and then build govt. schools with better infrastructure.. what about the time frame for development? with the way our governments work, and how they really take feedback, it would be a minimum of 4-5 years.. what about this time..

best way is to develop the govt. schools in parallel.. create confidence, at least for lower middle class and slowly put restrictions on private schools..

meeru mention chesina sectors are looking at PPP model.. meeremo Private mothanne lepeyyali antunnaru.. whatever we say about private sector, if not for them there won't be any pace in development.. as they are the ones who try to leap-frog (obviously for their own benefits though) 
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I agree with the bold part.. strict measures need to be taken here which won't happen..

but your ask is to stop the current good infra and then build govt. schools with better infrastructure.. what about the time frame for development? with the way our governments work, and how they really take feedback, it would be a minimum of 4-5 years.. what about this time..

best way is to develop the govt. schools in parallel.. create confidence, at least for lower middle class and slowly put restrictions on private schools..

meeru mention chesina sectors are looking at PPP model.. meeremo Private mothanne lepeyyali antunnaru.. whatever we say about private sector, if not for them there won't be any pace in development.. as they are the ones who try to leap-frog (obviously for their own benefits though) 
I am mentioning only elementary education... this helps teachers also in pvt. sector and students... govt. can takeover good schools and also as mentioned can allow very limited pvt. schools per each 50k population basis meeda.. 
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I am mentioning only elementary education... this helps teachers also in pvt. sector and students... govt. can takeover good schools and also as mentioned can allow very limited pvt. schools per each 50k population basis meeda.. 


I should have worded it better by mentioning till 7th in my point.. my bad

7th is no more elementary school andi.. maadi oka town.. maa oorlone 6th nundi IIT ani start chesaru private schools and an even sadder reality is parents want their kids only in IIT sections..

even for lower classes, I don't see parents giving it an iota of thought
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I should have worded it better by mentioning till 7th in my point.. my bad

7th is no more elementary school andi.. maadi oka town.. maa oorlone 6th nundi IIT ani start chesaru private schools and an even sadder reality is parents want their kids only in IIT sections..

even for lower classes, I don't see parents giving it an iota of thought
IIT doesnt mean its mandaotory... maa vadini coding classes lo cherchamani roju calls vastayi white hat jr and Cuemanth nunchi... he is 3rd grade only.. parents maturity ni batte pvt. schools influence chestayi once 90% reach ayaka inka aa 10% parents even though they know its rat race they will follow suit...

anduke govt. owned education should be there for elementary level ( 1 grade ekuvo thakuvo)...

2-3 decades back pvt. schools ante established vundevi.. but ipudu 3-4 rooms vuna schools vunayi... parents only namakkam is not infrastructure or playgorunds.. its that pvt. schools will teach better and kids will have better %.... 

infra is one part... making teachers teach is main part... when u have govt. vs pvt. obviously pvt. will perform better as they are paid based on performance of organization unlike govt.. anduke either pvt. or govt. vunte.. ppl will start questioning back and standards will go up automatically with parent committees for schools... (elagu privates lantivi vundane vunatayi for ppl who can afford)

as mentioned its radical change and may have multiple pros and cons. 

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IIT doesnt mean its mandaotory... maa vadini coding classes lo cherchamani roju calls vastayi white hat jr and Cuemanth nunchi... he is 3rd grade only.. parents maturity ni batte pvt. schools influence chestayi once 90% reach ayaka inka aa 10% parents even though they know its rat race they will follow suit...

anduke govt. owned education should be there for elementary level ( 1 grade ekuvo thakuvo)...

2-3 decades back pvt. schools ante established vundevi.. but ipudu 3-4 rooms vuna schools vunayi... parents only namakkam is not infrastructure or playgorunds.. its that pvt. schools will teach better and kids will have better %.... 

infra is one part... making teachers teach is main part... when u have govt. vs pvt. obviously pvt. will perform better as they are paid based on performance of organization unlike govt.. anduke either pvt. or govt. vunte.. ppl will start questioning back and standards will go up automatically with parent committees for schools... (elagu privates lantivi vundane vunatayi for ppl who can afford)

as mentioned its radical change and may have multiple pros and cons. 



meeru cheppi points anni valid.. given that parents think logically and look at long-term benefits not just in studies.. 

India lo >80% parents will not care about govt. schools getting better infra building.. and especially if you say they can't have good options for a couple of years..

ee radical approach ela work avutundi when key stakeholder will never agree to it 
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