Andhra Pradesh Schools: All government-run schools in Andhra Pradesh will have a two-semester system from the next academic year, it was announced on Saturday (December 17). The state government has issued an order to introduce two-semester system in all government schools from 1st to 9th from next academic year and 10th from 2024-25.
The semester system is expected to be beneficial for both students and teachers. The government hopes that this will make learning more meaningful. According to the government order, the new system is part of the steps being taken by the state government to effectively implement the National Education Policy 2020.
“All regional joint directors of school education, district education officers, additional project coordinators of Samagra Shihsha and directors of state DIETs are hereby informed that the state will follow the two semester system from the academic year 2023 for Class I to IX. 24 and from 2024-25 for Class X,” it read. orders
(With IANS inputs)
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