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  1. 9 minutes ago, ravindras said:

    ఏపీ ప్రభుత్వం మంగళవారం మరో కీలక నిర్ణయం తీసుకుంది. విద్యా శాఖ పరిధి కింద పనిచేస్తున్న ఉపాధ్యాయులకు బోధనేతర బాధ్యతలను ఇవ్వకూడదని వైసీపీ ప్రభుత్వం ఉత్తర్వులు జారీ చేసింది. ఉపాధ్యాయులను బోధనేతర విధుల నుంచి తప్పిస్తున్నట్లుగా రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వం ప్రకటించింది. ఈ నిర్ణయంతో ఇకపై ఉపాధ్యాయులు కేవలం విద్యా బోధనకు మాత్రమే పరిమితం కానున్నారు. 

    మంగళవారం వర్చువల్ గా భేటీ అయిన ఏపీ కేబినెట్ సమావేశం పాఠశాల విద్యా శాఖకు సంబంధించిన ఈ కీలక నిర్ణయానికి ఆమోద ముద్ర వేసింది. కేబినెట్ ఆమోదం లభించిన వెంటనే దీనికి సంబంధించిన నోటిఫికేషన్ ను పాఠశాల విద్యా శాఖ వెలువరించింది. ఉపాధ్యాయులు బోధనేతర విధులకు నిషిద్ధమని విద్యా హక్కు చట్టం చెబుతున్న విషయాన్ని ఈ సందర్భంగా రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వం ప్రస్తావించింది. తప్పనిసరి పరిస్థితుల్లో మాత్రమే టీచర్లను బోధనేతర కార్యకలాపాలకు వినియోగిస్తామని ఆ నోటిఫికేషన్ లో ప్రభుత్వం వెల్లడించింది

    Tappanisari paristitullo….. you can have teachers selling liquor!

  2. 5 hours ago, ravindras said:

    good decision. teachers blackmailing ki idhe correct solution. future lo okka dsc post release cheyyadu. retire ayyina vaalla place lo vidhyaa volunteers ni pedathaadu. evadainaa extras chesthe peeki pommantaadu.

    Eh raaaayi ayithe enti pallu raaalagottukotaaaniki…… 

  3. 1 hour ago, Chandasasanudu said:

    asla ee idream meeda trolls start cheyali…need to expose nagaraju completely 

    cbn emo state divide cheyamani letter itchadu anta

    jagan itchadu but anna thammula la divide cheyamani..ee okkati chaalu aadi bathuku expose cheyataniki

    lowest journalistic values

    Endi ee torture ? 2 hours choosamtaavaaa endi ah Nagi gaaadini ?

  4. 11 hours ago, ravindras said:

    jaffas realize avvakundaa kurnool tour success ayyindhaa?

    Don’t read it as vote percentage. Kurnool tour success only shows that our leaders in Kurnool are working so well at ground level. 

  5. 2 hours ago, akhil ch said:

    Ma voting % ane agenda undali kani gelustam power Loki vastam ante comedy ga untadi mi yevva 

    Sharmila antey confidence antav….. manollu antey comedy antav….. ento Nee insecurity feeling!

  6. 6 hours ago, Sunny@CBN said:

    Agree with both statements. Bodiya gadu and a certain section  (beggar batch) in our state..both are responsible for the present situation. 

    Beggar batch- evadu dabbulu iste vadiki vestam 

    Bodiya- Naku evadu support cheste vadu em chesina pattinchukonu. 

    Iddariki development pattadu, state future pattadu.

     

     

    In hind sight, it could be giving away everything to Adani could Be the ask along with funding to BJP in some states. Ikkada deal set avvaka or Jagan better deal ichi undochu….

  7. 5 hours ago, pavan s said:

    andhra janalu.. vallaki valle satruvulu.. yevadu vaste free ga tini padukoni sollu kaburlu cheppukovachu anedi tappa, kastapadi paiki vaddam.. mana kaalla meeda manam batukudam anedi ledu... 1st tedi ragane yevadu bicham vestadu ani choodatam tappa....

    malli inkokadi meeda padi yedavatam deniki?

    Toseddam sir toseddaaaam….. janaaala meeedaki toseddaaaam…!

  8. On 11/5/2022 at 1:06 AM, ravindras said:

    Modi’s double-engine sarkar :  pervez hoodbhoy

    WHEN Prime Minister Narendra Modi barrels around India to support allies running for state government elections his war cry is: ‘ab ki bar double engine ki sarkar’ (this time a double-engine government). At face value this means having the BJP at the centre together with BJP governments in every one of India’s 28 states. State residents are promised that two engines pulling together will deliver twice the power.

    But the true meaning of Modi’s double engine metaphor transcends India’s state-level electoral politics. It’s actually about reinventing national ideology, culture, and education. To understand why India presently stands so high on the world stage — and also how it could crash down — let’s peek inside the two engines. The lessons for Pakistan are immediate and obvious.

    The first engine pulls India along the road to prosperity and modernity. It has sent Indian spacecraft winging to the moon and Mars, placed India’s IT and pharmaceutical companies among the world’s largest, filled America’s best universities with professors who are graduates of Indian universities, and created some of the world’s biggest business empires. Several top Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are Indian.

    President Joe Biden recently quipped that “Indian Americans are taking over this country”. He could have meant Britain as well where Rishi Sunak is its new prime minister with personal wealth surpassing that of the newly crowned King Charles III. Sunak’s Bangalore-based father-in-law is the founder of Infosys; this Indian IT company’s market capitalization recently crossed a staggering $100 billion.

    These are substantial, undeniable achievements that hubris-filled Hindu nationalists say derive from their greatness as an ancient civilisation. But wait! China has done still better. And, though far smaller, many emergent countries of East Asia — Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, and Singapore — also boast of better performance than India’s.

    In every case, the secret of success is well-known — strong systems of education that create skills, knowledge, attitudes and social behaviours suited for modern times. Together with that, a strong work ethic in the labour force. Stated differently, high national achievement springs naturally from the quickness with which a country universalises or ‘Westernises’ its education and creates positive attitudes towards work.

    Here’s how India grew into the present. Empowered by the scientific and industrial revolutions, Britain colonised India and sought to spread Western education and values. Conservative Hindus emphatically rejected this modernisation but reformist movements such as Brahmo Samaj under Ram Mohan Roy and others made deep inroads.

    By 1947 under Jawaharlal Nehru — an avowed Hindu atheist devoted to the ‘scientific temper’ — India was already intellectually equipped to enter the modern world. For the next 50 years, India’s education sought to create a pluralist, secular, scientifically minded society. It reaps rich harvests to the present day — which the BJP happily appropriates as its own.

    But Hindu nationalists now want India’s goals and self-image drastically revised. Modi’s second engine, fuelled by febrile imaginations, pushes India towards emulating some kind of Hindu rashtra from an idyllic past. My friend Prof Badri Raina, now retired from Delhi University, says that “this backward engine would have us believe that in ancient times we had knowledge of plastic surgery, aeronautics, satellite vision, even as streams of foaming white milk flowed down our plains, and golden birds perched on the branches of trees”.

    What if the likes of Roy and Nehru had never existed? Under engine #2 India’s education would have been Sanskrit-based with English only barely understood. Post-independence India would have become a garbage dump for every kind of crackpot science. Medical research would have focused on medicines made from cow urine and cow dung, the celibacy of peacocks would be under intense scrutiny, astrology would be taught in place of astronomy, and there would be Vedic mathematics instead of actual mathematics.

    Let’s turn now to subcontinental Muslims and then to Pakistan.

    Two hundred years ago, it was crystal clear that the dull daily rote of memorisation in traditional madressahs was wholly unsuited for the modern age. Meanwhile, children of Indian parents in English-medium schools were learning trigonometry and logarithms, the properties of solids and gases, and of experiments that showed these obeyed certain laws. Instead of the greatness of kings and emperors, schools taught ideas of parliamentary and legal systems.

    The ulema across India fiercely resisted the modern curriculum. The zamindar and jagirdar also saw little use for it even if he sent his boys to school or, as occasionally happened, to Oxford and Cambridge. Very few opted for science, medicine, or other forms of hard learning. Most learned just the airs and graces that would assure their social position back home.

    The loudest call for reforming Muslim education was that of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. Madressahs, he said, are entirely unnecessary. Using religious idiom he passionately argued for science and modernity. While his efforts led to some measure of functionality and to jobs within the colonial system, they were nowhere deep or wide as that of Brahmo Samaj. Conservative backlash limited Sir Syed’s influence.

    Thus, by the time Partition came around, there was a massive Hindu-Muslim gap. Nevertheless, for the first few decades, Pakistan’s engine #1 steadily gained strength and was consistently stronger than its second engine. Among other things, Pakistan’s space programme (born 1961, now dead) much preceded India’s.

    Forward motion slowed then stopped in the 1980s after Pakistan’s engine #2 took over. Standards and workforce competence sank. Institutions and organisations steadily crumbled for lack of modern-minded people. Industrialisation flopped in spite of the billions pumped in by America, China and Saudi Arabia. Finding graduates of Pakistani institutions capable of performing even basic tasks became harder and harder. Throwing more money at education was tried but learning outcomes kept worsening.

    Pakistan’s regular schools have now come to resemble madressahs with the difference shrinking by the year. Many surveys indicate student learning has descended to Somalia-like levels. Adding more fuel to engine #2, the PDM government has accelerated implementation of the regressive Single National Curriculum conceived by Imran Khan’s government. Helplessly, we gravitate downward. Will India eventually suffer Pakistan’s fate? That depends upon which of its two engines can pull harder.

    Double engine sarkar’s main intention is to drive away the investments in other states towards Gujarat at faster pace! That’s what’s happening in MH and KA!

  9. 7 hours ago, TINKU said:

    When you pinpoint specific people with that statement definitely wrong. Nuvvedho Vizag kosam udyamalu chesinattu statements pass chestunte navvostundhi.

    Practice when you preach.

    Cricket IPL emina sart avutundemo akada players kosam argue chesuko kiddu

    Ivi anni manakenduku cheppu🤣

    Poyi aaduko amma .

     

     

    Hey chintu Tinku….. pakkakelli Aduko….. few other members confirmed you are underaged! Get your nappies!

  10. 3 minutes ago, ravindras said:

    ideally modi should have followed custom. at least some speaker should've introduced modi. any way it doesn;t matter as every one in rss, bjp know about modi.

    class lo students introduction ni oka order lo  start chesthaaru. core meeting lo veerraju tho start chesaaru. veerraju tradition marchipothe modi thappu kaadhu kadhaa. state party president ayyi vundi  basic meeting customs elaa marchipothaadu. veerraju state president ani meeting lo vunna vaarilo konthamandhiki teliyakapovachu. andhuke self introduction mandatory . 

    Customs follow avvakapothey why it doesn’t matter ? 
     

    maree too much covering chestunnarugaaa….. Somu is not appointed recently right ? He is state party President from more than 2 years ? Antey Modi never met AP state party President in last 2 years ani cheptunnaraaa ? 
     

    you didn’t answer another question. Why only Somu is questioned ? 

  11. On 11/14/2022 at 9:29 PM, ravindras said:

    bjp, rss lo pm modi gurinchi teliyani vaaru evaru vuntaaru. 

    rss - bjp different anukovadam amaayakathvam.  rss, bjp customs almost same.  avasaram batti rss lo vaallani bjp loki pamputhaaru, bjp vaallani rss loki pamputhaaru. gujarat earthquake time lo cm sarigaa panicheyyatledhani rss pracharak gaa vunna modi ni theesukochi gujarat cm gaa chesaaru. cm ayyaaka mla ayyaadu. modi rss lo vunnappudu different state elections lo bjp ki work chesaadu. 

    RSS lo tradition to introduce annaru kadaaa….. PM ki minahaayimpu undi ani cheppatlaaa meeeru….. idekkadi amaayakatvamoo….. inkevarineee adagalaaa who are you ani! Only Somu that too he is a state party head. 
     

    So Modi doesn’t know who is AP state party head ? That shows how much he is concerned about your party in AP!

  12. 13 hours ago, Uravakonda said:

    Andhulonu, ee Pattikonda ki incharge, not at all active. Janalu own ga vasthunnaru along with cadre. 

    Panulu maaanukoni janaaalu own ga raaaru le seenayyaaa…… ah rojulu peddayanathoney poyaaayi…… this crowd shows the leadership at ground level is active (they worked collectively Atleast for this event)

  13. 3 minutes ago, TINKU said:

    Character varaku vellinavaadivi nuvvu cheptunnava language gurinchi.. nenu silly fellow anna. Same nee words ne use cheyamantava endhi.lol.

    Manam peekedhi em vundadhu..mana city kaadu. Avatala valla meeda stone visaradam.

    "looks like people from your native place are like your character " ila ante okay na mee city vallu andarini. lol. That is what you did.

    I bet and I know you are less than my age by your very first statement. 

    Clearly you don’t have age and skills to understand the language. “Test of character” antey seeela pariksha or test of virginity anukuntunnavemo….. kidddooo

     

    No point arguing with under age minors like you! GOD bless you!

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