Station Ghapur to get degree college next academic year
A Government Degree College would be set up at Station Ghapur mandal headquarters in the next academic year for the benefit of local students, informed Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari.
Warangal: A Government Degree College would be set up at Station Ghapur mandal headquarters in the next academic year for the benefit of local students, informed Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari.
The Deputy CM on Wednesday inaugurated six additional classrooms built with an expenditure of Rs 35.98 lakh at Zilla Parishad High School at Mallikudurla village in Velair mandal in the district. He also inaugurated digital classrooms set up with the computers donated by a few NRIs at the school.
He assured to initiate measures along with Government Whip MLC P Rajeshwar Reddy and Station Ghanpur MLA Dr T Rajaiah to develop the school as a model school and appreciated the NRIs for donating 10 computers to the school.
A Government Residential School would be set up at Mallikudurla, if five acres of land is provided, Srihari said promising to take the villagers’ request to establish a primary health centre (PHC) in the village to the notice of the Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao.
The work tenders for the construction of reservoir with capacity of 10 TMC at Malkapur Devadula lift irrigation project would soon be called for. He said that the reservoir, which would be constructed at the cost of Rs 4,000 crore, could stabilise ayacut under the project and to provide drinking water to Warangal city.
Similarly, the works related to Devadula irrigation project phase-III were going on a fast pace. Each acre in Station Ghanpur Assembly constituency would be irrigated after the completion of the works, the Deputy CM noted.
Rajeshwar Reddy said steps were being taken to construct a road from the village to mandal headquarters Velair. He asked farmers to remove automatic starters fitted to irrigation pump sets as the government was planning to supply 24-hour power to farm sector from next January.
MLA Rajaiah said that the government is implementing numerous welfare schemes and developmental works for the benefit of the people. Mission Bhagiratha and Kaleshwaram project would address drinking water and irrigation needs of the public in the State.
ZP Chairperson G Padma, Joint-Collector S Dayanand, the NRIs Parmahesh, Ravinder and Sowmya and local elected representatives were present.
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