Kumram Bheem Asifabad: Collector Prasanth Jeevan Patil stated that a study circle, to be named after Kumram Bheem, would be created for providing coaching and guidance help tribal youths and students to crack jobs in government sector.
Patil was addressing a gathering after paying tributes to the famous anthropologist Prof Von Furer-Haimendorf and his wife Elizabeth on the duo’s 31st death anniversary at Marlawai village in Jainoor mandal on Thursday.
The collector opined that youngsters should become entrepreneurs and to create jobs for others as the government cannot provide employment to all. He informed that an integrated action plan would be chalked out for developing the tribal habitations by involving youth and elders of all villages. He added that a decision with regard to the location of the study centre would be made soon.
The IAS officer informed the TRS-led government was working for all sections of society and awareness would be created over various State and Union government schemes among tribal people. He assured that he would strive hard for securing a major chunk of units to beneficiaries of the schemes. He promised to ensure transparency in administration and to improve lives of Adivasis on many fronts.
Adilabad Collector and ITDA-Utnoor chairman D Divya wanted parents of tribal students to educate about their traditions and festivals to their children. She stated that books would be published on religious affairs and customs of tribal soon. She appreciated Adivasis for speaking in Gondi and for protecting it in the digital age.
Asifabad MLA Kova Laxmi assured that she would bring all problems of tribal people to the notice of Chief Minister. She stated that she would strive hard for issuing 2BHK units to the residents of Malawai. Superintendent of Police Kalmeshwar Shinenawar told the tribal to have vision about their future. He informed that cops were planning to offer training to youths in different fields.