Karnataka has about 54,000 government primary schools which are in need of a facelift.
BENGALURU: A letter has been submitted to Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa to enforce a legislation wherein all 224 MLAs of the state adopt three government schools each in their respective constituencies.
Karnataka has about 54,000 government primary schools which are in need of a facelift. Professor M R Doreswamy, advisor to the state government on education reforms, had written to the CM recently, following which Magadi MLA A Manjunath adopted three schools.
“I kindly request all the remaining MLAs of Karnataka, corporate companies and philanthropists to come forward and adopt a minimum of three government schools each,” said Doreswamy.