Academic standard worse in Minority Residential schools, infrastructure lacking

, 2:45 PM IST

Hyderabad: It has been decided to send officials for surprise visit to improve the performance of Minority Residential Schools in the state. Government has received various complaints regarding lack of facilities and substandard education, following which Vice Chairman Telangana Minorities Residential Educational Institutions Society(TMREIS) and Director General Anti Corruption Bureau Abdul Qayyum Khan sprung into action. He convened a meeting of high officials which was attended by Secretary Minority Welfare Omer Jaleel, Managing Director Minority Finance Corporation Shafiullah, Special Officer Hajj Committee Prof. S A Shukoor, Chief Executive Officer Waqf Board Mohammed Asadullah, Survey Commissioner Waqf Masooma Begum and Managing director Christian Finance Corporation B Victor.

Government has appointed minority welfare officials as State Officers in various districts. It was decided in the meeting the State officers will make surprise visit to their respective districts to review the performance of 71 Minority Residential Schools and take stock of the availability of infrastructure, academic standard, presence of teachers, availability of standard food and other facilities.

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