Andhra Pradesh govt. started distribution of kits under jagananna vidya kanuka scheme on 12 June 2023. CM Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy distributed free kits to more than 43 lakh students under JVK scheme in Palnadu district. The kits worth Rs. 1,043 crore were distributed by the Chief Minister at Krosuru village. AP government was firstly launched on 8th October 2020 to enable school students to focus on their studies.

Jagananna Vidya Kanuka Scheme Portal Login

In the vidya kanuka yojana, AP state govt. will distribute kits to students. Each kit, which will be distributed to students belonging to all government and aided schools, will contain bilingual textbooks, notebooks, workbooks, three pairs of uniforms, one pair of shoes, two pairs of socks, belt, school bag, English-Telugu dictionary (sixth to 10th standards) and a pictorial dictionary (first to fifth standards). Department of school education, govt. of Andhra Pradesh has started jagananna vidya kanuka scheme portal login process which is hereby defined.
  • Then jagananna vidya kanuka portal login page will open.
  • Enter username, password and click "Login" button to make member login for vidya kanuka scheme.

Items in Kits under Jagananna Vidya Kanuka Yojana

  • 1 Bag 
  • Note Books (as per student's class)
  • Text Books (as per student's class)
  • Shoes (1 pair)
  • Uniform (3 pairs)
  • Socks (2 pairs)
  • 1 Belt 
  • 1 Dictionary

Jagananna Vidya Kanuka App APK Download

  • Then jagananna vidya kanuka app apk will start downloading (save it on your desktop).
You can also download jagananna vidya kanuka user manual from the portal. 

Free Kits Distribution under Jagananna Vidya Kanuka Scheme 

CM Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy distributed free kits worth Rs. 1,043 crore to more than 43 lakh students under jagananna vidya kanuka scheme on 12th June 2023 at Krosuru village in Palnadu district of Andhra Pradesh. While distributing kits, CM Reddy said "Schools doors open from today and before the bells ring, I am happy to tell you that our government is giving away the kits to all the children who should receive it".

For the fourth straight year, as soon as schools opened, we are implementing 'Jagananna Vidya Kanuka' so that no boy, girl or their parents will go through any trouble for procuring things like books and uniforms, he said. To enable students easily comprehend the lessons, bilingual textbooks will juxtapose English content and its translated Telugu version on opposite pages for easy navigation, comparison, observation and mental absorption.

According to the CM, the southern state has spent Rs. 648 crore in 2020-21, Rs. 789 crore in (2021 – 22), Rs. 887 crore (2022-23) and Rs. 1,043 crore (2023-24) amounting to Rs. 3,367 crore on Jagananna Vidya Kanuka scheme.