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Six govt schools from undivided DK get heritage tag


Mangaluru: Six executive Kannada colleges from undivided Dakshina Kannada are amongst 100 colleges in Karnataka which have been decided on for the celebrated heritage tag.
All these six colleges are over a century outdated and have good pupil enrolment. In the primary segment, the government, in the course of the department of public instructions, will liberate Rs 2.5 lakh for their construction and upgradation. The intention of the tag is to maintain in addition to broaden them for long run generations.

Sheshashayana K, DDPI, Udupi, mentioned the district has 64 colleges that have finished 100 years and of those, Board High School, Kundapura; Kuvempu Model Higher Primary School, Thekkatte and Brahmavara Primary School had been decided on. “The executive has decided on them according to enrolment. The grants released in the first segment for construction and restoration will reach the respective SDMCs and they will undertake vital paintings,” he mentioned.

Of over 1,000 colleges in the state that have finished 100 years, 75 number one and 25 top colleges had been decided on for the tag.

In Dakshina Kannada


Of executive colleges in Dakshina Kannada district, Vittal Government Model Higher Primary School, arrange in 1879, and Uppinangady Government Model Higher Primary School, built in 1836, had been decided on. The Sampaje Government High School, which got here up in 1912, has also were given the tag.


Dakshina Kannada has 2,070 executive Kannada-medium colleges. Of these, 3 top colleges and 74 number one colleges have finished 100 years.


Sources mentioned in the first segment, school authorities will center of attention on restore of infrastructure as some colleges are in a dilapidated state. Meanwhile, decided on colleges had been requested prepare to an in depth book providing historical past and chronicle of events at their establishments.




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