Telangana government would not only concentrate on education only but also expand school infrastructures and deliver healthy and nourishing food for the poor children.
In a tender to deliver complete growth for children belonging to backward classes, the Telangana State Government had given a verbal guarantee that there would be as voluminous as 119 residential schools established in the Telangana state for children who are belonging to backward classes.
The state government would not only concentrate on education alone but also enhance the school infrastructures and provide a healthy and nutritious food for the poor children.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said in a declaration in the Legislative Assembly “These schools will be established in the appellation of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, who had made the efforts continuously for the growth of BCs.”
It has been confirmed that the state government would spend about Rs 1, 05,000 to Rs 1, 25,000 on every single student to deliver proper school infrastructure, nutritious food amid others.
Education would be taught with high-level standards in English medium in BC residential schools from 5th class to intermediate (plus two), he declared.
“For this tenacity, we have already established the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society,” he said.