CM Jagan's Regime Was A Lion's Door For education: YCP Leader Raj Kumar

Colour Printer Donated To High School

YCP leaders donating colour printer (Source: JS/DPJB)
USPA NEWS - Colour printer donated to Devagiri ZP High School

Promise made to provide projector and screen in a month

Assured immediate steps for fresh water supply from panchayat tank

Primary school inspected and assured immediate arrangements for repairs
YCP leader Raj Kumar addressing the gathering.
Source: JS/DPJB
YSR Congress Party's State Commerce Secretary Raj Kumar highlighted that our Chief Minister YS Jagan has opened the floodgates for education throughout the state during his rule. On Thursday, he and his wife Radhika, president of Devagiri Panchayat, jointly donated a color printer to Devagiri Zilla Parishad High School. On behalf of the school, Hindi pandit Jayaleela and English teacher Mercy Vijayaleela received the color printer. Speaking on the occasion, YCP leader Raj Kumar said that our Chief Minister YS Jagan is giving utmost importance to education across the state. He said that many reforms have been brought in the education system which no one could have done before. He said that this is a great boon and auspicious outcome for the people of the state, especially the students. He promised to provide a projector and screen to the school within a month. He urged them to make best use of these facilities.
President Radhika addressing the gathering.
Source: JS/DPJB
Devagiri Village Panchayat President Radhika asked the students and teaching staff to inform if they are facing any problems in the school. When the students brought to her notice that there was no fresh water supply to the school for some time, she said that steps would be taken to supply fresh water immediately and alternative arrangements will be made to supply fresh water from the panchayat tank. She advised teachers to give utmost priority to cleanliness in the school premises. On this occasion, Head Master Anand on behalf of teachers and students expressed thanks to YCP leaders Raj Kumar and Radhika. He said that they are contributing a lot in the development of the school and requested them to continue it always. Later they inspected the school and assured to resolve the problems brought to their attention by the students and teachers. Ramu, village elders, school committee members, teachers and students participated in this program.
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