CM Jagan Full Speech in Teacher's day Celebration at Vijayawada

According to Andhra Pradesh's Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the state has given education top priority, implemented various reforms, and spent Rs 53,000 crore on it over the last three years.

The chief minister highlighted his government's reforms in the education sector to provide pupils with high-quality education on Monday at the Teachers' Day event in Vijayawada.

He claimed that in this dynamic and competitive environment, teachers have a significant role to play in determining the course of students' futures. He asserted that the government's goal is to give high-quality education to the socially and economically disadvantaged groups, and that reforms are intended to improve the lives of the underprivileged classes.

The opposition, which has never bothered to address such problems, is now criticising the administration and inciting the teachers, according to the chief minister.

He wished the teachers a good day and paid tribute to Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan before saying that his government's policies were not intended to trouble the teachers but rather to create a better society for children.

Later, he honoured the best teachers with awards.

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