Director General Anti Corruption Bureau Abdul Khayyum Khan appealed Muslim societies, organisations and resourceful personalities to help in successful beginning of 70 minority schools to be established by the government. He told that TRS government has taken this decision to eradicate educational backwardness of Muslims. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar is serious to start 70 English Medium Residential Schools. He wants to establish 120 English Medium Residential Schools in two phases.
AK Khan told that identification of buildings for the schools in 10 districts of Telangana is almost complete. Large buildings with all facilities are being selected for the schools. He further informed that admission process will begin in May and schools will be functional in June at any cost. It has been decided to establish 31 schools for girls and 37 schools for boys.
He asked the minorities to fully avail the opportunity and provide standard education to their children as Socio-economic development is possible only through educational development.