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Telangana Govt to construct 100 residential school buildings this year

Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka Mallu has announced the construction of 100 residential school buildings for SCs, BCs and minorities across the State this financial year. This will be done at a cost of Rs 2500 crores, with the government sanctioning Rs 25 crore for each residential school building.

“The plan is to construct integrated buildings to bring together residential schools established at different places in the same area under one roof. This will enable students from all communities to be educated together and increase social interaction between them, fostering an atmosphere of brotherhood and contributing to the creation of a better society,” the Deputy CM said.

To this end, the Deputy CM held a review meeting with officials from the Education Department in the Secretariat today. His own assembly constituency, Madhira, has been selected for the Integrated Residential School building pilot project.

In addition, the government will provide training to unemployed youth to prepare for competitive examinations held for government jobs. A knowledge centre will be established in each assembly constituency, where youth from all sections of society can participate in various competitive exams while receiving training.

Bhatti Vikramarka also revealed that the Telangana Public Service Commission will soon announce the job calendar for vacancies in various departments. (INN)

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