Polytechnic and APRJC Coaching for Government School Students
India’s transition to a knowledge-based economy requires a new generation of educated and skilled people. Its competitive edge will be determined by its people’s ability to create, share, and use knowledge effectively. In this regard, we need skilled ,develop ed and Knowledge technologists. - who are flexible and analytical and who can be the driving force for innovation and growth.
To achieve this India needs a flexible education system: basic education to provide the foundation for learning; secondary and tertiary education to develop core capabilities and core technical skills; and further means of achieving lifelong learning.
The education system must be attuned to the new global environment by promoting creativity and improving the quality of education and training at all levels.
The students of Government school are not exposed to coaching class and lack the competitiveness. In order to equip them towards entrance test conducted by APRJC and Technical Board, special camp has been organised for students of 10th class.
The camp commenced from April 9, 2010 -May 6, 2010 at Kalvakuruthi, Mahaboobnagar. Around 122 students 80 boys 42 girls and have enrolled for this camp and are trained in Mathematics, English and Physical Sciences. Students are from Kalvakurthi, Veldanda, Vangur, Midjil Mandals. Government school teachers are extending their valuable service in imparting the analytical training. The classes are from 1: 00pm to 4:00pm everyday.