TRS government is now concentrating on the government educational institutions and is considering a plan of improving the facilities over there.
Under the leadership of the deputy Chief Minister, Kadiyam Srihari, the government has taken up the responsibility of revamping the infrastructure in government schools, junior colleges, polytechnics and degree colleges across the Telangana state.
Among the 688 government schools in Hyderabad district, there are 500 primary schools, 7 upper primary and 181 high schools. All these schools together have an enrolment of 123,475 students including 74,691 at primary level, 1,430 at upper primary and 47,354 at high school level.
Coming to the Urdu medium schools, the number is 220, including 184 primary, 3 upper primary and 33 high schools. The new infrastructure mapping will focus on 14 parameters.
Starting with the new buildings, all the needed facilities like the running water, toilets, drinking water through RO (reverse osmosis) plants, electricity, compound wall, science lab, computer lab and library facility, dual desks, biometric system and CC (closed circuit) cameras, will be made available at all the government schools, including Urdu medium. Reportedly, the works will begin soon after the reopening of the schools.
By Phani Ch