Hyderabad, June 12 (NSS): TRT Results will be released after clearing the cases in the court, according to Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari. Inaugurating a junior college building at Chiguru Mamidi in Karimnagar district, Srihari said that the results of the TRT exams were getting delayed due to court cases. Efforts are being made to clear the court cases and then take up recruitment drive for the teachers by announcing results he clarified. The Government has no intention to stop the process of recruiting teachers and committed to give jobs to the eligible trained teachers as per norms he maintained. Srihari who holds education portfolio maintained that the government has accorded top priority to give quality education to the rural poor in the state.
As many as 187 Gurukul Schools have been upgraded as Junior Colleges in addition to setting up 573 Gurukul Schools. People of the state are lucky to have K Chandrasekhar Rao as chief minister for taking more number of welfare schemes. The new state is number one in many spheres as KCR is committed for development Srihari said. The deputy chief minister also said that the government has been spending a staggering Rs 40000 cr for welfare through 40 schemes of welfare. Listing out the schemes he said that the chief minister has increased Kalyana Lakshmi amount to Rs 1.16 lakh from Rs 75000 towards the marriage of the poor girls. Hospitals are strengthened with modern and latest facilities and staff and giving corporate level health services in all districts he said.
Zilla Parishat Chairperson Thula Uma, MLA Sathish Kumar, MLCs P Sudhakar Reddy and Naradasu Lakshman Rao and officials were present.