The government of Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Pradesh) has launched a unique scheme for the field of education. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has launched a project called Amma Vodi Scheme, under which the poor and needy mothers provide annual assistance of Rs 15,000 for the education of their child. With the help of this scheme of the state government, this amount will benefit 82 lakh children.
Addressing a large gathering in Chittoor, about 70 km from Tirupati, Reddy said that the state government today released Rs 6,318 crore under this scheme to help about 43 lakh mothers to educate 82 lakh children of the state.
He informed that modernisation of 45 thousand government schools, 471 junior colleges and 148-degree colleges and hostels of the state done in a phased manner.
He also informed that English would be the medium of instruction for Class 1 to Class 6 in government schools.
The quality of the mid-day meal will also improve. The Chief Minister said that his government is spending Rs 360 crore to enhance the mid-day meal scheme in the state government schools so that the quality of food can be improved.