CM Ys Jagan key comments on Government School English Medium.
AP CM YS Jagan announces that English medium is taken in all public schools. Key comments were made on that plan.
He started the ‘Nadu-Neadu’ program at PVR Boys’ High School in Ongole today. He spoke in the House of Commons.
AP CM YS Jagan announces that English medium is being taken in all public schools. Key comments were made on that plan.
He started the ‘Nadu-Neadu’ program at the PVR boys’ high school in Ongole today.
He said the world would grow unexpectedly in another 10 years and that children would be able to excel in the English medium.
Since the land phone days, the smartphone has stepped in, and the Internet looks everywhere. Artificial intelligence will grow in another ten years.
By then, everything was said to be robotics. If English is not educated in such situations, our children are questioning their future if they cannot speak English.
Do you think that 33 per cent of the poor children in the state are illiterate and should remain even after 10 years? He said that.
That this is the challenge we have. That is why the government will stand by them. If a good decision is not made at the right time, the poster will go dark.
He said English education was essential for the poor students to remain competitive. No politician, no official, no journalist, no movie star is not reading their children in government mediums in Telugu medium.
By changing education policy. He said that we have to work hard to make our children compete with the world.
He said they had made the decision for the next 20 years in order to keep the competitive world afloat.
If the arrival of the English, if not read, the risk of our children becoming mercenaries, said CM Jagan.
If making revolutionary decisions. He is accused of targeting himself politically and personally. Avakas and Chavakas are going to explode.
They all put their hands on their hearts and ask them to speak conscientiously.
The Vice President, the big men in the film industry are making their decision, should their children and grandsons read the English medium? Do poor people read? He asked.