Gangula Kamalakar to BC Students

Posted: Posted Date – 7:51 PM, Sat – 14 May 22

Ministers P Ajay Kumar and G Kamalakar inaugurated a British Columbia study circle in Khammam on Saturday.

Khammam: BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar has called on students from backward communities to make effective use of BC study circles established by the state government across Telangana. Along with Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar, he on Saturday inaugurated a BC Study Circle building constructed at a cost of Rs 3.50 crore at Telangana Talli circle. The ministers said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had prioritized the welfare of BCs.

Kamalakar noted that with the actions taken by the Chief Minister, as many as 281 BC Gurukuls have been established across the state. Prior to the formation of Telangana, the number of Gurukuls was only 19. About 1.58 lakh BC students were studying in the Gurukuls. No government in the past had managed British Columbia study circles properly. But the TRS government created the study circles with state-of-the-art facilities to help BC students prepare for competitive exams.

Unemployed youth should use study circles appropriately in their preparation for employment tests and obtaining government jobs. There would be no interviews under the current recruitment campaign and the selection of positions would be on the basis of merit, Kamalakar said. Minister Ajay Kumar said the Chief Minister gave high priority to the welfare and growth of the backward classes. He thanked Chandrashekhar Rao and IT Minister KT Rama Rao for approving funds for district development.

For an outlay of Rs 2 crore, a BC Bhavan would be built in Khammam to serve as a community hall and skills development centre. Until recently, the BC Study Circle was run in a rented building and it moved to the newly constructed permanent building, he said. The study circle was equipped with the books, study materials, and faculty needed to train young people to compete. Young people from BC classes use the facility to excel in employment tests and secure jobs.

District Collector Vice President Gautham advised that the BC Study Circle was equipped with a library, computer lab, administration block, lecture halls, a dining room and a dormitory. DCC Bank Chairman K Nagabhushanam, SUDA Chairman B Vijay Kumar and others were present.

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