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Friday, December 08 2023

Infrastructure & Education initiatives discussed in Bidar

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Bidar: The remaining 15,000 residences within the city should be equipped with sewage connections, according to Union Minister of State for Chemicals, Fertilizers, and Renewable Energy, Bhagwant Khuba. He recommended the allocation of funds under the Nagarothana Scheme to initiate and complete this essential infrastructure work.
He made these comments while assessing the advancement of central programs during a meeting of the District Development, Coordination, and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) at the Zilla Panchayat in the city on Tuesday.
In the state, your own government is in power. Rahim Khan serves as the Municipal Administration Minister. Please bring this matter to their attention. It is imperative that we allocate funds under the Nagarothana scheme of the city corporation to work on equipping the remaining 15,000 homes with sewage connections, stated MLC Aravind Kumar Arali, with agreement from CMC president Mohammed Ghouse.
1,105 School Rooms in a State of Disrepair: A grand total of 1,105 school rooms within Bidar district are in a deteriorated state, deemed unsuitable for use. Once funding is secured, these structures will undergo demolition,” reported DDPI Saleem Pasha during the meeting.
MLA Shailendra Beldale stepped in, emphasizing, “The Udabala school building in my constituency is deteriorating. Schools within my jurisdiction facing similar conditions must undergo renovations. We need to adopt technology for teaching. We should begin preparations to enhance SSLC results right away. Libraries under every panchayat should be equipped with syllabus materials for grades 1 to 10. Strict measures must be enforced to prevent teachers from using mobile phones.
Salim Pasha stated that 55 schools in the district have reported poor academic performance. These schools are being supported and efforts are underway to enhance the students’ progress. Each lesson is undergoing unit testing, and a district-level monitoring committee has been established to oversee their performance. In the previous year, the district achieved a 76.4% pass rate in the SSLC examinations. Currently, endeavors are being made to elevate this to a range of 77% to 90%,” he explained.
Measures will be implemented to stock textbooks in libraries. The existing prohibition on mobile phone usage within schools must be rigorously enforced, with clear instructions issued to those responsible,” affirmed Shilpa M. Sudhakar, the CEO of Zilla Panchayat.

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