K'taka Government To Focus on Building Govt Schools for Quality Edu'n

K'taka Govt To Focus on Quality Edu'n
The Government of State is now focusing on the Quality based education in rural areas by which poor children can go to school.


The revenue Minister has found a way for it via the public land that is intruded across the state will be used to build the Government Schools once they have been reclaimed. The main aim of this plan is to improve educational facilities to the poor section of the society.

Speaking about the facility to be imparted for children in backward classes and those belonging to Dalits he said " Education is becoming increasingly commercialized. As an elected representative, I can call up Governor and speak to him. It is impossible to get in touch with office-bearers of some private educational institutions in the city. This shows the extent of commercialized of education".

He further proposed to build more Government schools and colleges imparting education to rural areas so that children in villages get quality based education.

"I plan to reclaim public land that is intruded and extend it to build educational institutions and hostels. It is now an uphill task for the poor section of the society to get quality education and lack of facilities at the Government institutions are exploited by the private sections", he said.

He stressed that the Government schools are losing its value and interest, and most of them are shutting down. "It has become a problem now", he says.

He recalls the condition of Lakshmipuram school where, though it has facilities, including teaching staffs parents from the nearby areas are not admitting their kids to school. Hence, the BJP Government has decided to close the school and handover an acre Prime property in the city centre to the Ramakrishna Mission to build a memorial for Swami Vivekananda, which has led into a controversy.

He brought into view the degree colleges that is based in a primary school building in Hullahalli in Nanjangud Taluk and stated that it describes the poor state of affairs. He said, the PWD has extended Rs. 2 crore for the construction of a building but unfortunately they found no public land for it.

However, Chamarajanagar MP, R.Dhruvanarayan has suggested the revenue minister to take action on the issue and allot them to construct Government Schools and colleges.

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