Hyderabad

Committed to educating Minorities: A.K. Khan

Minority families will benefit from educated youngsters in the community, Minorities Affairs advisor to the Telangana Government A.K Khan said. Minorities of the State can develop only by educating their children, he added. From Telangana Minority Residential Educational Institutions Society a total of 1,35,000 students will pass out in the next eight years. “Out of the 44 lakh minorities population a lot of families will get the benefit of economic uplift that accompanies educational excellence,” said Mr. Khan. The State government remains focused on education because, “Sudhir committee report, welfare committee report, Sachar committee report congruently point at the backwardness, a situation that can be changed by educating the community”. The government will recruit permanent staff, employing them at a month salary of ₹42,000 in Hyderabad and ₹39,000 outside the city.

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