Hyderabad: Assembly Committee Chairman on Backward Classes Welfare V Gangadhar Goud on Monday asked officials concerned to ensure amenities at minority residential schools akin to corporate schools.
Inspecting a minority residential school at Bagh Lingampally along with committee members G Vittal Reddy, R Krishnaiah and others, he expressed satisfaction over the facilities being provided at the school that was inaugurated last year.
Similar amenities should be provided at other minority residential schools across the State, he said. He said the State government had taken necessary measures to open 204 minority residential schools. Impressed with the facilities at these schools, more students were evincing interest to join, he said.
Of the total 52,000 seats, around 48,000 had already obtained admission, he said. The committee members distributed books to students and had lunch with them.
Gangadhar Goud after visiting Backward Classes hostels at Padmarao Nagar in Secunderabad instructed officials to make arrangements to ensure that tutors hold special classes to students instead of going to their tutorials.
Students should lay special focus on students from third standard itself to secure good marks in Secondary School Certficate (SSC) examination, he added. He asked officials to shift the existing hostel to another place due to lack of amenities.