Tuesday 26 June 2018

AP Sanction of 65 New BC Residential Schools from the academic year 2018-19

1. G.O.Ms.No.13, BC Welfare (B) Department, dated:08-06-2017.
2. From the Director, BC Welfare, A.P., Vijayawada.Lr.Rc.No.D4/853/2017, Dt:09-02-2018.

ORDER: The Government of Andhra Pradesh is committed to the nurturing & fostering of inclusive growth in the State, as part of its development agenda for the State and has incorporated the same in its Vision 2029 document.
Further, as an integral part of the mission-based strategy under the Social Empowerment Mission, the Government of Andhra Pradesh is seeking to inter-alia improve the educational attainment levels of the children, belonging to the communities included in the Backward Classes in the State & in providing better opportunities to them for accessing quality education.

Andhra Pradesh is a pioneering State in the country, in the residential mode of education, and the residential institutions in the State are facilitating a better & holistic educational environment, increased levels of educational attainment across multiple benchmark parameters and exposure to diverse co-curricular & extracurricular activities leading to the complete personality development of the children.

Sanction of 65 New BC Residential Schools Details:

Recognizing the superior ecosystem provided by the residential system of education & its’ transformational potential, especially in the context of children belonging to the marginalized Backward Classes families, the Government have decided to convert all the BC Welfare Pre-Matric hostels in the State into Residential Schools in a phased manner.
As a step in the above direction, in the reference 1st read above, Government has issued orders for the conversion of BC Welfare Hostels in the State into (65) BC Residential schools, in a phased manner, by admitting (960) students in each school.
In the reference 2nd read above, the Director, BCW, A.P., Vijayawada has furnished a comprehensive proposal for the sanction of the (65) New BC Residential Schools in the State, duly identifying the proposed locations for the new residential schools.
Government, after careful examination of the proposal of the Director of BC Welfare, hereby accord administrative sanction for (65) New BC Residential Schools in the State, under the Mahatma Jyothiba Phule Andhra Pradesh Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society(MJPAPBCWREIS), with Classes 5th to 10th & with (960) students in each School to commence from the academic year 2018-19, as per the locations mentioned below.


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