Bantwal: “Schools will reopen on May 16”, reiterates Minister BC Nagesh

Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, May 7: Education Minister BC Nagesh reiterated that schools will reopen on May 16 to improve the education level of children in schools and revive studies.

Speaking to reporters at Daddalakadu School, Bantwal on Saturday, May 7, he said the Union Minister today also hailed the revival of education. “The nine months of training will be divided into three parts for teaching. Efforts will be made to improve knowledge of arithmetic and to reduce the syllabus.

“Textbooks will soon be distributed. The teaching of the mother tongue is emphasized with English. Experienced teachers are appointed there. Problems are solved by appointing 27,000 guest teachers,” he said.

“The SSLC exam went smoothly. Results will be announced in the third week of May,” he added.

Teach children all languages ​​with Kannada – Shobha Karandlaje

“Children in Karnataka must learn all languages ​​along with Kannada. It will be inevitable to make changes to the education system for this,” said Udupi MP, Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje. She was speaking after inaugurating the two-day ‘Daddalakadu celebrations’, 13 newly constructed classrooms and study hall, IT class and laboratory at the Government Daddalakadu Middle English High School under the aegis of Durga Charitable trust Daddalakadu and Daddalakadu Government English High School on Saturday evening, 7th May.

“It is not right to prevent children from learning languages ​​for political reasons and campaigns. Let English and Hindi also be part of the curriculum along with the native language. Kannada should also have importance in the implementation of the educational program of the center. The government spends millions of rupees on public schools. But it is necessary to ask whether these have succeeded in providing quality education. The mentality of teachers must change for quality education. The Daddalakadu School has caught the attention of the country. Teachers should work hard for this. Patriotism is necessary along with education. May the children who study here reach great heights,” she said.

Moral Sciences once a week – BC Nagesh

Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh who inaugurated the school’s digital library and website said there are plans to introduce a moral science lesson once a week in all schools of State. “A uniform education policy will be implemented in the country’s 20,000 first and second grades as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts for the development of children. India’s education policy has made India independent. Education is key to creating history,” he said.

Bantwal MP, Rajesh Naik Ulipadiguthu, who chaired the program, said children who receive education in the villages are wealthy and lucky. He asked the Minister of Education to address the shortage of teachers in Bantwal.

MP Kuduchi P Rajiv, delivering a keynote address on India’s constitution, said Daddalakadu English Middle School was an eye opener for us. “I will save half my salary for public school as long as I remain in politics. Bantwal people have professional development, creative MP. His work for the progress of the constituency is incredible,” he said.

MLC SL Bhojegowda said the children of elected officials, industrialists and the elite should study in public schools.

Chairman of Keonics Harikrishna Bantwal, Chairman of Dakshina District BJP Kannada Sudarshan M, Chairman of Panjikallu gram panchayat Sanjiva Poojary, Chairman of Bantwal Project Authority Devadas Shetty, Director of KUWS Sulochana Bhat GK, Director of MRPL Sampath Rai, Former Special Duty Officer of Chief Minister Jagannath Bangera Nirmal, Bantwal Devappa Poojary, BJP Mandala Chairman, Bantwal tahsildar Rashmi SR, Sudarshan Baja, BJP Secretary Yuva Morcha, Dakshina Kannada, Entrepreneur Raghu Safalya, Head of Block education Jnanesh and others were on the dais. The founding teacher of Daddalakadu, Sanjiva Gowda Panjikallu, and the gram panchayat AOP Vidya were congratulated.

Children’s dances and the Telikeda Gonchal program were held at night as part of a cultural program.

Durga Charitable Trust Chairman Prakash Anchan made an introduction and welcomed. SDMC High School President Purushotham Anchan attended. The school principal, Ramananda, returned a vote of thanks. Professors Anita, Bhavyashree and Netra participated in the program.

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