Hyderabad: Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy said that teachers should employ methods to enhance interest among students in studies.
She was speaking after inaugurating new rooms and a laboratory in Kasturba Gandhi Girls School at Chandrayanpalli in Vikarabad on Tuesday. On this occasion, she said that there were gems in the rural areas and if they were identified and polished properly, they would do magic.
The Minister said that it was difficult to educate girls in the past, but due to the facilities provided by the government, today the universities are full of girls. It is stated that 70 per cent of OU and 80 per cent of Kakatiya University students were female students. She said that there was no asset more precious than education and advised them to study well and pave golden paths for the future.Sabitha explained that Chief Minister KCR was giving high priority to the education sector, as part of this he established Gurukuls and KGBV schools and upgraded them up to Intermediate. ZP Chairperson Sunita Mahender Reddy, MP Ranjith Reddy, MLA Dr Metuku Anand, Additional Collector, DEO and public representatives participated in this program. (INN)