Shri. Jayaram Komati’s Visit to India Feb 2017 : Fresh Developments

22nd February 2017: On an extremely productive day of much deliberation and some successful decisions, Andhra Pradesh Government’s Special Representative for North America Shri. Jayaram Komati on his latest visit to India met the Commissioner of School Education Smt. Sandhya Rani Garu and PR&RD Commissioner Shri Ramanjaneyulu Garu to discuss the trajectory of development APJanmabhoomi is going to undertake in our near future.

 

 


Discussing the second phase of Digitalization of Classrooms around Government schools across Andhra Pradesh, Smt. Sandhya Rani Garu responded with enthusiasm on how the project has been unfolding. Immensely impressed with the hands-on training the communication interns have been giving to the teachers of the schools benefitting from the first phase, she encouraged the program to adopt more schools into its regular roll, so that the digital literacy is achieved at a grassroots level.

Appreciating the concerted NRI involvement at developing these digital classrooms, she was eager to propose a launch date for the second phase of installations so that the benefits of this scheme can be speedily reaped by more children. The schedule for a fast-tracked implementation has been prepared and an installation date is thus expected to be forwarded to us the School Education Department of Andhra Pradesh anytime from now!

 

Shri. Jayaram Komati, the Special Representative for North America also met the Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Commissioner Shri Ramanjaneyulu Garu about the burial grounds project at the NRI Cell. Discussing the pilot projects with Shri Komati, the Commissioner, and the Joint Commissioner Shri. Vara Prasad Garu agreed to put their best efforts in taking the project ahead.

The aim is to work on solutions that will fruitfully preserve the dignity of the last rites that ought to be observed for the deceased in rural areas despite every odds that might challenge this initiative. The department was extremely happy to also receive a cheque of six lakh rupees for the construction of burial grounds at the Paritala village, Kanchikacherla Mandal, in Krishna district from the Special Representative for North America.

 

It is therefore hoped that the projects will run smoothly and continue to expand for the rich benefit of all the people across Andhra Pradesh.

 

 

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