Govt keen on improving education standards in Telangana
Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy felt that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s vision and efforts were restoring the lost glory to government schools...
Minister G Jagadish Reddy inaugurates Tribal Welfare Residential Degree College for Women at Durajpally
Suryapet: Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy felt that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s vision and efforts were restoring the lost glory to government schools and hospitals that were neglected during united Andhra Pradesh rule.
On Monday, the Minister inaugurated the Tribal Welfare Residential Degree College for Women at Durajpally in Suryapet district.
Speaking on the occasion, Reddy said the mindset of parents was slowly changing and their opting government schools over private ones for their wards post the introduction of Gurukul schools by the State government.
Informing that the students of SC residential colleges secured top ranks in all universities, the Energy Minister said government has been spending Rs 2 lakh per student per year to provide all necessary facilities.
Stating that CCTV cameras would be installed on college premises for the security of girls in the Tribal college, he advised girls to dial on Janahitha phone number 9494181920 for any assistance.
Collector Surendra Mohan informed that as many as 21 government residential schools and colleges were established in the last 11 months and about 17,000 students has been studying in them.
As part of KG to PG free education, steps have been taking for strengthening government education institutes from Anganwadi centres to colleges.
District Library Chairman Srinivas Goud, RDO Mohan Rao, MPPs Yashodha and Janaiah, Tribal Welfare Officers Sanjeeva Rao and Nageshwar Rao, Sarpanch Ambali and others participated in the programme.