THE ACTIVITIES OF A.P. GOVERNMENT JUNIOR LECTURERS' ASSOCIATION, CHITTOOR DISTRICT
Intermediate Education system in A.P
came into existence in 1969 based on the recommendations of The Kothari
Commission. It has been a connecting strip between school education and Higher
education. The Board
of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh was
established in 1971, to regulate and supervise the system of Intermediate
the state of Andhra Pradesh and to specify the courses of study and matters
connected there with. Andhra Pradesh is the first state in the country which
adopted the 10+2+3 pattern of education.
We, apart from serving the Junior Lecturer cadre, commit ourselves to the betterment of the Intermediate student community of Government Junior Colleges in various means. · At present we have 56 Government Junior Colleges in Chittoor District and the un privileged and under privileged sections of the society choose our colleges to pursue their intermediate education. · We voluntarily initiated STUDENT ENROLLMENT DRIVE PROGRAMME in 2007 to strengthen Government Junior Colleges in our District. We visit feeding High Schools and villages of the respective Government Junior colleges and hold counseling to the SSC students, teachers and parents. We motivate them to join in Government Junior colleges. The then Director of Intermediate education Sri Chakrapani garu appreciated us and took the programme officially to the state level. · We organize study hours in our colleges to improve the IPE results of GJCs in particular and the District in general · We prepare minimum study material in each subject and provide our students with minimum study material to cater the needs of the educationally backward students. · With our efforts uniform of dress to the students has been introduced in every college in the district. · We conduct monthly and weekly tests more in number than prescribed in the academic organizer · In some colleges, we motivate philanthropists of that area to provide free mid-day meals to the poor students. · We grandly organize VIJAYEEBHAVA PROGRAMME, at every GJC, before the commencement of Intermediate Public Examination. It is a programme of distributing carefully drafted pamphlets to bring awareness among the students with regard to the Intermediate public examinations. Examination Schedule and the detail instructions of dos’ and don’ts’ before, during and after the examinations. The Hon’ble Chief Minister Sri. Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy garu inaugurated the programme at Kalikiri of Chittoor district in February 2011. · During the education fortnight programme observed in June this year, nearly 400 Junior Lecturers were felicitated by the district collector for achieving 100% results in IPE-March 2011in their respective subjects. · With all the relentless efforts of the Jls’association, Chittoor District remain in the top 5 best result achieving districts in the state and No 1 in Rayalaseema zone in IPE results for the past 4 years. · Junior Lecturers of our district actively present MANA TV programmes.
The object of ‘RAVIKIRANALU’ is to help the meritorious students of Government Junior Colleges in
the District to enable them to achieve state level ranks in IPE, EAMCET, ICWA
and CA etc.
We have found a
philanthropist to support this programme. Dr.G.Subrahmanyam, the founder of
International Helping Heart Foundation and Professor of cardiology has
expressed his willingness to extend his helping hand to take up this programme
in the month of August every year.
The Commissioner of
Intermediate Education has given the consent and accorded permission to conduct
“Ravikiranalu” programme and issued the proceedings in this regard.
programme was held on 04-08-2012 at 10.40am in the premises of RIO/DVEO office