In a move to make available high quality education to the children from the minority committee, deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Mohd Mehamood Ali inaugurated the Telangana Minority Residential Educational Institution School (TMREIS) for boys at Bowenpally.
Among those present at the inauguration were TMREIS secretary B Shafiullah, Cantonment MLA G Sayanna, ward members Pandu Yadav, J Maheshwar Reddy, executive director Sridhar Reddy, principal of the school Suvarna Reddy, teachers, students and their parents.
In the inaugural speech, Ali said, “Out of the planned 120 schools in the state, 71 residential schools have already opened. In the city, the schools are situated at Charminar, Golkonda, Asifnagar, Bahdurpura, Musheerabad, Saidabad and Bowenpally cantonment area. Remaining schools will be opened in the second phase. The government has sanctioned Rs 350 crore for the project and look forward to sanction more if need arise.”
Shafiullah said that society exists to educate a child which in turn empowers the family and provides fully secured environment for girls. “Free education, boarding, food and health benefits worth ₹80,000 would be provided to every child, per year with separate campuses for boys and girls,” he added.
Shafiullah also urged the students to pay special attention to English which is the living language in the world and added that they are deploying the services of karadi path to make English learning easy.