Residential schools to be named after Mahatma Jyotirao Phule: KCR

CM K Chandrashekhar Rao said that the State government has chosen to set up Residential Schools for BCs in the State, and they will be named after Mahatma Jyotirao Phule.

In a fitting tribute to the nineteenth century social reformer Mahatma Jyotirao Phule's spearheading work for the elevate of weaker areas, the Telangana State government has chosen to name the Residential Schools for Backward Classes in the State after him.

Making the declaration in the State Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao stated: "The State government has chosen to set up Residential Schools for BCs bigly in the State, and they will be named after Mahatma Jyotirao Phule. In such manner, we have as of now began the Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Backward Classes Welfare Residential Schools Society, and by the following scholarly year, BC Residential Schools will be begun in all the 119 Assembly sections. Our objective is to have 76,160 understudies selected in these schools."


Affirming that no other State had considered such an idea in post-autonomous India, the Chief Minister stated: "Surprisingly, the Telangana State Government has made this stride of giving private schools bigly for the BCs."

Expressing that private instructive foundations acquire an outstanding change in the lives of understudies to improve things, the Chief Minister stated: "In the BC Residential Schools, English will be the medium of training from fifth standard to Intermediate. The legislature will spend Rs 1.25 lakh on each understudy to guarantee appropriate foundation, nutritious sustenance, books and outfits. The nature of training in these private schools will be keeping pace with instruction being granted in corporate schools where offspring of the rich review."

The State government, Rao stated, had taken a noteworthy choice to begin 130 Residential Schools for Scheduled Castes and 50 for Scheduled Tribes on the 125th birth commemoration of Dr B R Ambedkar. "The legislature additionally endorsed 200 Residential Schools for the minorities, of which 70 began working a year ago," he said.

Reviewing Phule's attestation that the initial step of Backward Classes advancement was training, Rao said that in cutting edge society, making instructive open doors was the main means for the BC's to be a piece of improvement. "Training is not just a simple instrument for learning obtaining, it additionally gives societal position," he stated, including that the State government's anxiety was on giving budgetary security for the BCs.

"From the earliest starting point, we are of the firm view that free instruction ought to be given to weaker segments of society from KG to PG. Our perspectives were unequivocally communicated in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi decision pronouncement where we guaranteed setting up of private instructive establishments of universal guidelines for weaker segments with English as the medium of direction," the Chief Minister stated, and declared that means were taken in this heading after the gathering came to control in 2014

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