State striving hard for the uplift of BCs
The State government is striving for the uplift of the backward classes, BC Commission Chairman BS Ramulu said, speaking to the media persons at the R&B Guest house here on Thursday.
Karimnagar: The State government is striving for the uplift of the backward classes, BC Commission Chairman BS Ramulu said, speaking to the media persons at the R&B Guest house here on Thursday.
“The government started 660 residential schools to cater to the education needs of the poor students,” he said, referring to the infrastructural facilities and diet provided to the wards. These schools are also focusing on skill development with which the students would be benefited, he said.
He said that onus is on teachers to provide quality education so that the students coming from poverty could also match the affluent sections in getting employment.
Ramulu said that they are gathering the information of the government employees and unemployed belonging to the backward classes as part of their study. BC Welfare Officer Saroja was among others present.
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