Butta stresses on education to girls
Parliament Member Butta Renuka stressed the need of education to girl students especially in rural areas. She lauded the initiative taken by the Coromandel Fertilizer Company to encourage the rural girl students by presenting them with excellence and scholarship awards.
Kurnool: Parliament Member Butta Renuka stressed the need of education to girl students especially in rural areas. She lauded the initiative taken by the Coromandel Fertilizer Company to encourage the rural girl students by presenting them with excellence and scholarship awards.
She was speaking at a merit scholarship distribution programme organised by the Coromandel Fertilizer Company at APSP function hall here on Sunday.
The Group distributed merit scholarships to 104 tenth class students across the district. The students have been selected on the marks secured in 9th class. The MP has said called upon the parents of girl students to support their children in pursuing higher education.
It is very important for girl students to pursue education. She can contribute in building a good society by giving qualitative ideas. She lauded the services of Coromandel Fertilizers for coming forward with a novel idea.
Additional Superintendent of Police, Shaik Sha Vali, who is also a chief invitee on the occasion, suggested the students to pursue good education and achieve the top most positions.
Citing the example of Defence Minister Nirmala Seetharaman, he said that she attained the top position with strong will and determination. He advised the students to follow Nirmala Seetharaman to bring laurels to our mother land.
The District Education Officer (DEO) Tehara Sultana said the programme organised by the Coromandal Fertilizers is overwhelming as the company has chosen the students of government schools. No one has thought of encouraging the rural students pursuing education in government schools.
She said that 104 students from 52 government schools across the district have been selected and were categorized as first and second prize winners. 52 students bagged the first prize with Rs.5000 as prize money and the other 52 students won the second prize money of Rs.3500, she added.
Traffic DSP CM Gangiah, Zonal Manager of the company Govinda Rao, Naveen Reddy, Business Manager, Smd Ali, Senior Agronomist, M Mohan Kumar, Deputy Manager, Sreedhar Reddy, Chandra Sekhar, Raghu, Brahmananda Reddy and other staff were present.