Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari today reiterated that Warangal city will be developed into an Education hub after the State capital Hyderabad.
Talking to mediapersons after participating in developmental works followed by a visit to Dharmasagar area in Warangal district, Srihari warned that the government conducted inspections on 162 schools for collecting hefty fees. “We will take stringent measures against the private schools for levying heavy fees”, he warned. He also said the TRS Government was determined to accord top priority to the historic city to be developed on par with Hyderabad.
TRS supremo and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had already vowed to set up top level educational institutions in the city of Warangal, Srihari said. The Deputy Chief Minister said besides setting up Veterinary College, Agriculture College and Sainik School are to be launched soon in the City. There is also possibility of setting up of an IIM here. He said the government was planning to introduce English medium in some 400 schools this academic year besides launching 250 Gurukul Schools. He also said the State government spent Rs 8.69 crore for providing drinking waters to the Warangal city by diverting Godavari waters to Dharmasagar. (NSS)