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Telangana: Budget schools want Rs 20,000 for each student
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HYDERABAD: Almost a year after physical classes gave way to virtual classes, private budget school managements are demanding that the government give Rs 20, 000 to each child for procuring devices and internet connection.

TRSMA, which has launched Save Education Campaign (Save Students - Save Teachers) on Tuesday, said that it will be adopting a three-way approach—protest, legal, and lobbying to ensure that students and teachers get much-needed help. They asked the state to release the assessment schedule, evaluate learning outcomes for the year 2020-21.

Starting from April 1, the managements will be organizing a series of protests. “ Through the digital campaign, we are targeting at least 5 lakh signatures for our petition addressed to the CM,” said Shekar Rao Y, president, TRSMA. TRSMA said that they will be submitting representation to public representatives on April 3 asking them to come to the rescue of students and teachers. Teachers, and students, the school members have decided to sell vegetables, fruits, etc and beg in public places on April 5, 7 and 9 respectively.

As part of their protests, the managements will showcase short films related to learning loss for children, teachers’ and correspondents’ struggles on April 10. On April 12, they have decided to clean car windshields at traffic junctions. Their protest programme will culminate with the formation of a human chain by teachers, correspondents, parents around Hussain Sagar on April 14. They are planning to file two separate Public interest litigations by teachers and parents by April 12.

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