Directors must prioritize improvement of educational centers in budget distribution

Directors must prioritize improvement of educational centers in budget distribution

The Ministry of Education (MINEDU) allocated 417 million 728 thousand 978 soles for the maintenance of 54 thousand 847 . In the Junín region, to date, only 93.95% of school directors have completed the maintenance action sheet (FAM), while 6.05% run the risk of not receiving this budget.

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Provisions. In the Junín region, there are 3,244 directors of educational institutions who completed the maintenance actions sheet (FAM), informing the actions that will be prioritized in terms of the improvements that will be made in the school infrastructure in favor of schoolchildren. .

According to Ministerial Resolution No. 016-2022-MINEDU, which approved the Technical Standard called “Specific provisions for the execution of the Maintenance Program for the year 2022”, it states that in order to access maintenance resources and comply with the schedule established in the approved Technical Standard, educational institutions must have maintenance managers designated and registered by their respective Local Educational Management Unit (UGEL) of their jurisdiction in the ‘My Maintenance’ system.

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The budget that each educational center will receive will vary in relation to the number of students enrolled in the current year. This money will also be used to purchase hygiene kits, to be delivered free of charge.

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