Tummala calls for utilising govt welfare schemes
THE HANS INDIA |
Oct 13,2017 , 01:32 AM IST
Khammam: By providing all facilities to the students, Khammam will be transformed into an educational hub, assured Roads and Buildings Minister Tummala Nageswara Rao here on Thursday.
The Minister along with legislator Puvvada Ajay Kumar participated in various developmental activities and inaugurated additional classrooms at SR&BGNR College, in Khammam on Thursday.
The Minister also laid foundation stone for the construction of new Panchayat building at NSP Camp and a new building of Government Women’s Degree College at Gandhi Chowk. Addressing the public meeting organised on the occasion on the premises of Government Womens’ Degree College, Tummala stated that the government has started as many as 520 residential schools across the state for the benefit of students.
“The government is investing Rs 1.2 lakh on every student who belongs to backward castes. The main aim of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is that no student from Telangana should go out to other State for education purpose. All the necessary steps are underway to develop education sector in the State in such a way that students of other States come to Telangana for the educational purpose,” assured the Minister.
Stating that women must compete equally with men in all fields which was possible only with the education, Tummala said the government was ready to invest money on girl education and was providing all basic facilities for the students who belong to SC, ST, BC and Minorities communities.
“By utilising the educational opportunities, the girl students must concentrate on studies to achieve big. With the development of women, the development of the State occurs,” he said. MLA Puvvada Ajay Kumar said unlike in any other State, a large number of developmental activities and welfare schemes were introduced and implemented in the Telangana State.
ZP Chairperson Gadepalli Kavitha, Collector DS Lokesh Kumar, DCCB Chairman Muvva Vijay Babu, State Seed Development Corporation Chairman Shaik Budan Baig and others attended the programme.