Efforts on to strengthen education system
The State government has been making committed efforts to strengthen the education system in Telangana, asserted the DeputyChief Minister Kadiyam Srihari. He said that several programmes were being implemented to offer quality education to poor and downtrodden. Srihari laid foundation stone for additional class rooms to be built with Rs 30 lakhs at Somidi Government High School in
Warangal Urban: The State government has been making committed efforts to strengthen the education system in Telangana, asserted the DeputyChief MinisterKadiyam Srihari. He said that several programmes were being implemented to offer quality education to poor and downtrodden. Srihari laid foundation stone for additional class rooms to be built with Rs 30 lakhs at Somidi Government High School in Kazipet on Monday.
Addressing a gathering on the occasion, the Deputy Chief Minister said Rs 21.44 lakhs were planned to be spent on improving infrastructure such as additional class rooms, drinking water facility and toilets in the schools of the district. Rs 7.20 crores were allocated for Warangal (West) constituency alone, he informed.
He directed the officials to take steps to raise the low ground level of Somidi Government School to avoid water accumulation during rainy season. As part of digital literacy, the school would be provided 12 computers and an instructor would be appointed, he said.
Srihari also laid foundation stone for additional class rooms at Government High Schools at Lashkar Bazaar and Subedari and Government Practicing School in Hanamkonda. Addressing the teachers there, he wanted them to make efforts to explore innate creative abilities of the students and to achieve 10/10 GPA in the ensuing SSC examinations.After the SSC results were announced a school-wise review would be taken up, he said.
The officials were directed to carry out a field-level study of infrastructure available in schools in Warangal (West) in order to launch developmental activities, the DeputyChief Minister noted. Later at a programme at Kakatiya Government Degree College Srihari inaugurated new classrooms built with an expenditure of Rs 1.40 crore under RashtriyaUchchattar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). He appealed the lecturers to update their teaching skills and do homework before taking a class.
While asking the college faculty, staff and students to maintain high educational standards and discipline, the Deputy Chief Minister informed that a new state-of-art building would be built with Rs 5 crores during 2018-19 financial year.
He also informed that following the request from the college students it was decided to establish ‘Akshaya Patra’ centre at the college to offer Rs 5 meals for the benefit of the students from December 15. The Deputy Chief Minister along with MLA D Vinay Bhasker had addressed a public meeting at KazipetChowrastha. The MLA said that within next two months a referral hospital would be started in Kazipet while Srihari promised to fight for the cause of Coach Factory in Kazipet.
GWMC mayor N Narender, Deputy mayor Md Khaja Sirajuddin KUDA chairman M Yadava Reddy, Zilla GrandalayaSamstha chairman Md Aziz Khan, corporators J Ramesh, Abu Baquar,G Rama, L Mounika Charan, RDO, Venka Reddy and others were present.