Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari on Thursday announced that the State Government would start residential schools for the students of Vth class to intermediate across the Telangana State.
Addressing the second annual meeting of Telangana Social Welfare, Tribal Welfare Leaders at TS-IPAD at Rajendranagar here, Deputy CM said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has recently conducted a review meeting on implementation of KG to PG free education scheme. He said that KCR was firm on providing standard and free education to deserving poor students. He said Gurukul Schools would be set up in all Assembly constituencies.
The Deputy CM said all residential schools were being brought under single umbrella and they would have common syllabus and hostels. He said the government proposes to set up Gurukul Degree Colleges for girls and the same has been approved by the Chief Minister. He said this time the results of Gurukul Schools were better than private schools.
Kadiyam said that the Telangana’s new education policy would emerge as a model for the entire country. He blamed the previous regimes for the lapses in present education system. However, he said efforts were being made to streamline the entire system. (INN)