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Telangana school offers Rs 5,000 for admission

The school offers in both Telugu and English medium. From this academic year, the state government had introduced English as the medium of instruction for Classes 1 to 7.

SNS | New Delhi |

At a time when parents are concerned about the high costs of the private school entrance, this government-run school in Telangana is paying Rs 5,000 to parents who enroll their children.

In the Medchal-Malkajgiri area, public leaders in Godhumakunta hamlet came up with an unusual method to increase admissions to the local Mandal Parishad primary school.

Sarpanch Mahendra Reddy and his deputy Anjaneyulu took the lead in encouraging parents to send their children to government schools.

A poster was also put at the school gate by the public representatives to announce the offer. It also emphasizes the school’s primary qualities and the resources available to pupils.

A poster was also put at the school gate by the public representatives to announce the offer. It also emphasizes the school’s primary qualities and the resources available to pupils.

The school administration has guaranteed that all of the facilities for pupils in classes 1 to 7 have been provided thanks to donations from benefactors.

The school also provides two sets of clothes, shoes, socks, books, a backpack, and a bus pass, all of which are provided free of charge. The state government also provides students with a mid-day lunch. The local government has ensured that there is enough flora in the school grounds and has spruced up the structure.

The school offers in both Telugu and English medium. From this academic year, the state government had introduced English as the medium of instruction for Classes 1 to 7.
(with inputs from IANS)