Study hard and reach higher heights. Minister KTR with students

IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao (KTR): IT and Industries Minister KTR has called upon the students to study hard and get good ranks in national level entrance exams and competitive exams. In a program held at Rajanna Sirisilla, the minister said that the students should achieve good ranks and bring fame to the district and the state, if they excel in studies and get settled in life with good jobs, the teachers, parents and myself will be proud.

After distributing 2,000 digital tabs to intermediate students as part of the Gift a Smile program at Ellareddypet Junior College grounds on Tuesday, the Minister said that these tabs will be useful to them while preparing for competitive exams. In the past, they have distributed 1000 tabs in Sirisilla and promised to give 3000 tabs in Vemulawada constituency in the next phase. Tabs will be provided to all intermediate students in the coming days. Instead of using tabs to browse Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms, students are advised to use them to prepare for competitive exams like NEET.



Talking about the district getting the first rank at the national level in Swachh Sarvekshan Gramin-2023 in the four star category for the quarter of October-December 2022, the minister appreciated the district administration from the collector to the sanitation workers for their efforts to achieve the national level rank. The Minister stated that Rajanna Sirisilla has set an example for other areas in many fields and the rise in groundwater levels in the district is being taught as a lesson to the trainee IAS officers at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie. Expressing dissatisfaction with the condition of Ellareddypet Junior College ground, Minister Gambhiraopet promised to develop the ground on KG to PG basis.



Meanwhile, KTR will inaugurate Telangana government’s first elderly care center as part of Rajanna Sirisilla district tour. State Information Technology Minister K Tarakarama Rao will inaugurate this new centre, District Collector Anurag Jayanthi said in a statement on Monday. The ST dormitory in Ellareddypet mandal center of the district was renovated at a cost of Rs.40 lakhs. The collector said that it will be the first old age home in the state especially in the rural area. He said that elderly people who cannot support children can live with self-respect in the last stage. He said that a special doctor and caretaker have been appointed to take care of the elderly. The center will have a library, exercise and physiotherapy equipment and other facilities for the elderly, he said.


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