Nizamabad: Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari on Saturday said that the state government was committed to provide free and quality education from KG to PG in the state and was working in the direction.
Speaking at a programme after inaugurating the South Block Hostel building on Telangana University campus, Srihari said that the state government has strengthen high school education by establishing 240 residential educational institutions.
He said that the government would fill all vacancies in school by the commencement of next academic year.
He said that the movement would launch additional 210 residential schools as part of its strengthening education sector.
Srihari said that the government would introduce courses in universities to meet the market demand and provide employment opportunities to the youth.
He said that the varsities in the state has been producing better academic results in the last couple of years and added that the state government would soon provide the required infrastructure in all colleges across the state. (INN)