Telangana: 1,000 junior lecturer posts to be sanctioned soon

Telangana government has committed to fill one lakh jobs as assured by the by the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao

Hyderabad: Telangana government has made all arrangements to sanction 1,000 junior lecture posts said MLC Karne Prabhakar here on Wednesday.

“State government in a span of three years gave many notifications and filled vacancies. It was committed to fill one lakh jobs as assured by the by the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao,” Prabhakar said while talking to media.

Presently there are a total of 3,796 contract lecturers working in the junior colleges and of them 3,164 are in sanctioned posts, while 632 are in non-sanctioned posts across the Telangana State.

“We are striving for the best results in the colleges. In fact, many colleges are functioning with contract lecturers. The role of contract lecturers in strengthening the Intermediate education is immense. ,” says Veeresham a lecturer working in Government Junior College, Gandhari.

Opposition leaders are making false allegations but the fact is that the State was shut down due to the government policy decisions. “Due to their internal disputes or problems the industrialists were closed their units,” Prabhkar said.

Taking a strong objection over TJAC chairman Professor Kodandaram and TPCC president Uttam Kumar Reddy he said ‘the duo is creating unnecessary tension among the Osmania University students’.

“It was unfair that when university is all set to celebrate centenary celebrations the Opposition leaders are creating fierce with false allegations,” Prabhakar said. He appealed leaders not to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of the university.

The TRS MLC also condemned Congress legislator T Jeevan Reddy’s comments on IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao and asked him to look into his own political career. “Everyone knows how Jeevan Reddy became a Minister in the Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Cabinet,” he said.