Karnataka News Highlights: Top Congress leader from Udupi joins BJP; fund crunch slows down Bengaluru lake rejuvenation
When the government schools in Karnataka reopen after the summer holidays on May 16, students (from Classes 1-9) will be exposed to a holistic learning model called ‘Kalika Chetarike’ or the ‘learning recovery program’ that aims to bridge the learning gap owing to the pandemic.
According to experts in the education department, this program is expected to be implemented for the current academic year (2022-2023) to help the students excel in different academic parameters in all subjects. Teachers began their training on Thursday (May 5) to implement this program at government schools across the state once the summer holidays conclude next week.
Meanwhile, Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Basanagouda Patil Yatnal claimed that people from Delhi had approached him to offer him the Chief Minister’s post in return of Rs 2,500 crore, the Congress party in Karnataka demanded a probe, while CM Basavaraj Bommai denied to comment on the matter. The statement comes after rumours of a rejig in the Karnataka Cabinet were doing the rounds.