Madhusudhana Chary about residential schools in Telangana

     Written by : SMTV24x7 | Fri, Jun 16, 2017, 02:30 PM

Madhusudhana Chary about residential schools in Telangana

Telangana, Bhulapally June 16: As we all knew that, The Telangana Govt has been established the residential schools, in order to give the better education for the Telangana students, from this perspective Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary has been commented on this innovative project.

He said that the State government is establishing residential schools for the benefit of the future generations, and added that Chief Minister has sanctioned 206 minorities’ residential schools in the State as the Muslim minorities were neglected by the Andhra rulers.

Nagara Panchayat chairperson B Sampurna, MPP K Raghupathi Rao, District Minorities Welfare Officer Venkatehwarlu, Regional level consultant of residential schools Syed Akbar, Principal Satyanarayana and students and parents were present.

Addressing students and parents after inaugurating a minorities residential school at a rented premises in Bhupalpally on Thursday, the Speaker said that the State government is spending Rs 1.20 lakh on each student who studies at the residential school and urged the students to utilize this opportunity.

"We have already identified 10 acres of land for the construction of the residential school complex and will allow five more acres if needed," he said.