Govt keen on bringing lost glory to traditional occupations: KTR

Govt keen on bringing lost glory to traditional occupations: KTR
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The government is striving hard to bring the lost glory to various caste occupations (Kula Vruttulu), which have lost their charm, and to make them profitable by implementing various modern and technical methods, said Information Technology Minister KT Rama Rao.

Sircilla: The government is striving hard to bring the lost glory to various caste occupations (Kula Vruttulu), which have lost their charm, and to make them profitable by implementing various modern and technical methods, said Information Technology Minister KT Rama Rao.

He laid foundation stones to various development works and participated in other activities here on Tuesday.The Minister laid foundation stone for the construction of Goud Community Bhavan at a cost of Rs 30 lakhs at bypass road junction near Yellamma Thalli temple here.

Earlier in the morning, KTR attended as a chief guest at the annual day celebrations of Minority Girls Gurukul High School at Thangallapalli mandal headquarters.He interacted with the students and enquired about methods of teaching, basic facilities being provided to them and about problems if they are facing any.

The Minister advised the students to keep certain goals in their lives and try hard to achieve them by concentrating on studies along with utilising all the facilities provided by the government for their betterment.SES Chairman Lakshma Reddy, Rural Development Officer Panduranga, ZPTC Thota Agaiah, District Minority Welfare Officer Sarwar Pasha and other officials were present.

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