School education: panel invites suggestions

The Andhra Pradesh School Education Regulatory and Monitoring Commission has invited suggestions and representations from parents, teachers, educationists and managements of educational institutions and other for regulating the procedures and functions of the school education and teacher education.

In a statement issued on Monday, Chairman of the Commission Justice R. Kantha Rao said the objective was to establish the standards of education in academic and administering the educational institutions in the State.

The suggestions and representations should be addressed to the Chairman, APSER&MC, 4th floor, B-Block, Anjaneya Towers, Ibrahimpatnam, Krishna district, AP-521456, or email:

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