Mr. Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, on the 21st of June, held an interaction with the top ranking Class X and Intermediate students.
The meeting between the Andhra Pradesh CM and toppers at the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) Party Office in Tadepalli. During the meeting, Mr. Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy enquired about their welfare during the presentation of Jagananna Animutyalu Awards.
Under the Jagananna Animutyalu Awards, these toppers who studied in government and government managed institutions would be honored. They will be given a cash prize, a medal and a merit certificate each while their parents too will be felicitated with a shawl. Twenty students from the higher education segment who exhibited academic excellence in five categories will be presented with ‘State Excellence Awards.’
The state government will also honor the headmasters/principles of the respective institutions with a shawl and a memento.
As part of the ‘Jagananna Animutyalu’ programme, the government would present awards to a total of 22,710 students across the state. Class X, awards will be given to three meritorious students at state, district, constituency and school levels in each category (zilla parishad, municipal, model, tribal/social welfare residential) institutions.
Meanwhile, during the meeting with the students, two students shared their family problems, following which, the Chief Minister has shown his generosity and instructed the officials to take necessary action. In addition, during the meeting, a Class 10 girl student told him that her mother has been suffering from lung cancer.
The Chief Minister directed the officials to extend necessary medical treatment to the girl’s mother. Another top ranker informed the Chief Minister that he had become a loner after his caretaker teacher was transferred to a different place. The student said, “After the death of my parents, the teacher has been taking care of me, now the teacher has been transferred, there is no one to look after me.”
Moved by the student’s plight, the Chief Minister directed the officials to take necessary steps to take care of the student. He posed for group photos with the top rankers and exchanged views with them on the use of IFPs in classrooms. He asked the students to share their opinions with the officials on the use of IFPs and how best they could be benefitted through digital teaching. Along with the Chief Minister, the rankers watched a specially arranged demonstration on the use of IFPs and learning techniques in augmented reality.
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