Telangana: Harish asks faculty to improve inter, degree results...

Sangareddy: Finance Minister T Harish Rao has called upon Intermediate and Degree college faculty to improve the examinations results. Addressing the faculty and students after inaugurating the new Zilla Parishad High School building in Patancheru on Monday, the Minister assured to get lunch and evening snacks served for the students of Government Junior College and Government Degree College students, which were located on the same premises in Patancheru..

The junior college, degree college and school buildings were constructed by the Aurbindo Pharmaceuticals Limited under Corporate Social Responsibility. While the first two buildings were inaugurated a couple of years ago, the school building was inaugurated today. Though the school recorded 100 per cent results in last year’s Xth Class board examination, Rao said he was disappointed when he came to that know only 33 per cent of Junior College and 49 per cent of Degree College students passed in March 2019.

Asking the faculty of Junior College and Degree College to have a plan ahead of the examinations, Rao suggested that the faculty take special classes even if it requires two more additional hours. He asked the principals to assign students to each and every faculty so that they will take special care.

The Minister requested the local MLA, Gudem Mahipal Reddy to arrange lunch and snacks for the Intermediate and degree college students until the examinations. The MLA immediately agreed. To inspire the young minds, Rao called upon the faculty to organise guest lectures by District Collector, Superintendent of Police, corporate personalities and retired civils servants like JM Lyngdoh. The Minister said that he wanted to see the students from government schools occupying major positions in their career.

Rao also promised to gift new dresses to them if the Junior Coleege and Degree College records 100 per cent results. Appreciating the efforts of the MLA and Aurobindo Pharmacy, the Minister said that Patancheru was being developed into an education hub.

He asked the faculty to educate the students on social issues, and inculcate moral values in them so that they will become more social conscious citizens. The Minister has also called upon the students to keep away from laptop, smartphone and social networking sites until the examinations are completed.

The Minister also inaugurated a multi-purpose function hall, GHMC Circle Office, and a shopping complex at MPDO office during his visit. He has also distributed Christmas gifts to Christian families of Patancheru Constitutency. MP, Medak, Kotha Prabhakar Reddy, Zilla Parishad Chairperson, P Manju Sri, MLC, Rajeshwar Rao also participated in the function..

Sources : Telangana Today