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CM presents awards to outstanding teachers on World Teachers Day eve

Income Certificate made mandatory for scholarships and fee reimbursement
Chief Secretary issues necessary instructions to District Collectors

Special Grade Teachers posts to be filled
Medical and Dental graduates have to undergo one year rural service

Government to release Rs. 500 crores to colleges
Proposed Colleges closure withdrawn

Fee regulatory committee submits recommendations
Set maximum fee limit of Rs. 24,000

State Government says Narayana College is unauthorized
Says it is not aware of the existence of the college; To launch state-wide drive

Non Tribal teachers to be transferred
State Government agrees to transfer non-tribal teachers to plain areas

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Creativity to come up in Hyderabad
Institute to be set up by Ministry of Science and Technology

Vacant teacher posts to be filled soon
Another 56,000 posts to be filled by next year end

CM presents awards to outstanding teachers on World Teachers Day eve
Says Government would spend Rs.30,000 crore for Secondary Education

High Court upholds Health Universitys decision
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IIM in the State in the current Plan
HRD Minister announces

Medical Council of India cancels 600 seats in the State
Private medical and dental Colleges' association to bring pressure for restoration

Education Worldwide India inaugurated
SBH opens stall at the venue

Chief Minister proposes 21st century Gurukulams in Andhra Pradesh
Yogi Vemana University West Campus foundation stone laid

Last date for applications for new colleges extended
Application forms to be available till February 17

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CM presents awards to outstanding teachers on World Teachers Day eve

Says Government would spend Rs.30,000 crore for Secondary Education

Hyderabad, October 5, 2007

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy while participating in the World Teachers Day celebrations organized on Friday announced that the State Government is planning to spend about Rs.30,000 crore on Secondary Education in the State in the next six years. This is to improve the standards in 10,000-odd Government Schools and to enable the students to compete with their peers in private schools.

Dr. Reddy underscored the need of English medium in the era of competition. The parents have realized the need of English medium education and are sending their wards to private schools though the expenditure was beyond their limits. The Chief Minister said that in the first phase of their programme, nearly 700 residential schools in the State would be modernized. The Government would spend Rs.400 crore this year and another Rs 1,400 crore next year.

The Chief Minister presented awards to meritorious teachers, lecturers and professors. Higher Education Minister D Srinivas, Technical Education Minister, R Chenga Reddy, Adult Education Minister M Hanumantharao and Principal Secretary to Higher Education Asutosh Mishra also spoke on the occasion.

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