Government all for welfare of girl child: MP Kavitha

The Nizamabad MP on Wednesday inaugurated the ‘Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Degree College’ in Gayatrinagar of Nizamabad city. Nizamabad Mayor Aakula Sujatha, ZP vice-chairperson Sumana Reddy, Telangana REDCO chairman S A Aleem and other officials participated in the meeting.

By Author   |   Published: 13th Sep 2017   10:06 pm
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File photo: Nizamabad MP K Kavitha.

Nizamabad: Parents of the girl child should not worry about their daughter’s future because the Telangana government is introducing various schemes for the welfare of the girl child like KCR Kits, Kalyana Lakshmi, Shadi Mubarak and other schemes and is issuing 1,08,000 saris to poor women for Bathukamma, said Nizamabad MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha.

The Nizamabad MP on Wednesday inaugurated the ‘Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Degree College’ in Gayatrinagar of Nizamabad city. Nizamabad Mayor Aakula Sujatha, ZP vice-chairperson Sumana Reddy, Telangana REDCO chairman S A Aleem and other officials participated in the meeting.

For the benefit of girl students, the State government started 22 ST and 23 SC residential women degree colleges in Telangana and is providing admissions to 320 students every year, the MP said.

She informed that this year the State government launched BSC (BZC) and BSC (Micro Biology) courses in ST women’s degree colleges and is introducing more courses from next year. The MP urged young girls to take inspiration from Malavath Poorna and also participate in sports activities besides studies.