When will the toilets repaired in public schools in the state:
We are proposing in this budget a new education scheme with a budget of Rs.4,000 crore to fully and comprehensively uplift the education sector in the state. In the coming two weeks, the government is going to undertake a large-scale infrastructure project in all types of public schools in the state. It has decided to provide the necessary buildings for the schools, their repairs, necessary furniture, toilets, and other facilities. Connects school classrooms with modern technology. We will spend Rs 2,000 crore this year for this massive education scheme, ”Finance Minister T Harish Rao announced in the 2021-22 budget.
The TRS government did recognize education as a priority after the emergence of the separate state. The teachers’ unions at the time were elated at the government’s decision to bring in a new education scheme with Rs 4,000 crore for education development after the aid. It is hoped that the education sector will continue to grow and infrastructure will be depleted during this academic year. But it was limited to words. Rs 2,000 crore is still on paper.
The question that arises in everyone is when the government will improve with this? The government has announced summer holidays for schools until May 31. In the meantime, everyone hopes that the plan will focus on the problems in schools and the creation of infrastructure. It is believed that some of the Rs 2,000 crore will be allocated for infrastructure design and repairs. Corona has extended the summer vacation until the 15th of this month. However, so far the massive curriculum has not been rocked. The school education department has not prepared a plan to sanction Rs 2,000 crore. It is no exaggeration to say that the implementation of the scheme has not been overstated in the wake of the start of the 2021-22 academic year.
Government flats with lack of facilities
About 24 lakh students are studying in about 26,700 government schools in 33 districts of the state. Schools are struggling with a lack of infrastructure. Toilets, barricades, inadequate classrooms, drinking water facilities, power shortages, computer labs, internet facilities, or government facilities are stagnant. It has become routine to get frustrated, expecting facilities to improve every year.
Girls and female teachers are facing severe difficulties due to the lack of toilets. Officers conducted a field study on the problems in the schools. The ongoing day-to-day curriculum in the state was examined.
A report on infrastructure design and repair has been prepared and submitted to the state government. So far no decision has been made. The government has completely ignored the development of education in the corona background. On the other hand, the problem of lack of funding seems to be having an impact on the mass education system.
Lack of funding for welfare and development programs, salaries for employees and teachers, and difficulties in paying pensions to pensioners. The implementation of the new PRC will cost an additional Rs 12,600 crore a year. Chief Minister KCR has already announced that the medical sector will be developed with Rs 10,000 crore in the next two years. Doubts are being raised as to whether Rs 2,000 crore will be sanctioned in the wake of these issues. Teachers ‘and students’ unions are demanding the release of Rs 2,000 crore for the 2021-22 academic year itself.
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