Tribal varsity, veterinary college to kick start this academic year: Kadiyam
Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari on Wednesday said the Tribal University at Mulugu and Veterinary College in Mamunur will start functioning from...
Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari on Wednesday said the Tribal University at Mulugu and Veterinary College in Mamunur will start functioning from this academic year. The Deputy CM directed the officials to take up related works at the earliest to ensure that the classes begin from this academic year. He said the officials from the Centre would visit the land allotted for proposed sites of Tribal University and Veterinary College in Mulugu and Mamunuru respectively.
Keeping this in view, the officials should make all arrangements, he said during a review meeting with the officials at the Secretariat. Srihari asked the officials to speed up the works of the Tribal varsity and Veterinary College in the State and start the classes this academic year.
Srihari said that he had raised the issue of Tribal University during a meeting with Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar in Delhi on Tuesday. “I informed the Union Minister about the land allotted for the varsity," he said.
Tribal Welfare secretary Mahesh Datt Ekka said the government had allotted 169 acres land in Mulugu for the Tribal varsity and 213 acres was ready and would be allocated after a survey. The Minister directed the officials to send a letter to the Centre on the readiness of the land after taking necessary steps.
“We will make a site visit to the tribal varsity land in Mulugu,” he said. He wanted the officials to designate personnel to specially inspect the related works on regular basis. He said an official visit will be made to Jabalpur Tribal Varsity at the invitation of the Vice-Chancellor during Delhi meeting.