TDP Demands Reverification Of Class X Exams
The party termed it as atrocious that not a single student had passed in over 71 government schools.
Hyderabad | 9th June 2022
MLC and TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh on Thursday demanded that the Jagan Mohan Reddy government take up a reverification instead of a revaluation to ensure justice to students in the 10th class SSC examinations.
He also urged the government to waive the fee for a reverification and for the supplementary exams.
He added that the Chief Minister and the education minister should review and release a white paper on the present situation in the education sector in Andhra Pradesh.
Interacting with parents and students, Lokesh termed it as atrocious that not a single student had passed in over 71 government schools, and accused the ruling party of looting Rs. 3,500 crore in the name of school children. He said that there were suspicions of a government conspiracy behind the large-scale failure of the 10th students, and that the Jagan regime was trying to reduce the number of eligible students under Amma Vodi so that there would be a lesser financial burden. He demanded that the YSRCP regime place before the public the pass percentage in government schools, with a detailed split-up.
The MLC also asserted that the suicides of failed students should be considered as government murders, and that the government should give compensations to the families of the deceased students.
"A teacher at a Bendapudi school worked hard to teach the American accent to rural students, but CM Jagan Mohan Reddy took credit for that. But the same CM is unwilling to take responsibility for the failure of two lakh students now," Lokesh added.
He also said that Jagan Mohan Reddy had promised to cancel CPS in a week but had betrayed the teachers totally after coming to power. Even the promise of a mega DSC to fill teacher posts was not fulfilled, and not a single new teacher had been appointed in the past three years, he claimed. The very poor results were because of a lack of committed teachers alone, he averred. And to add salt to injury, agitating teachers were being harassed by the filing of false cases against them, he lamented.
He vowed that the TDP would continue its fight till justice was done to the failed students.
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