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Kavitha launches ‘Annapurna’ programme for students in Nizamabad

Nizamabad: Nizamabad MP K Kavitha on Saturday launched the ‘Annapurna’ programme to provide breakfast to Class 10 students at Manoharabad High School of Jakranpally mandal in Nizamabad district with the help of local villagers, Satya Sai Seva Trust and Helping Hand Foundation.

Government school teachers and NGOs briefed the MP on the problem in which students were unable to attend the special classes as they were unable to have breakfast. Following this, the MP requested the Satya Sai Foundation and voluntary organizations such as Helping Hands Foundation to provide breakfast to the students. On her request they came forward to provide breakfast to the students and the programme was launched at Manoharabad village in Jakranpally mandal village in Nizamabad district. The MP then requested organisations to extend the programme to all 11,500 Class 10 students in the district.

Nizamabad Urban MLA Bajireddi Goverdhan said that the villagers of Manoharabad had started English medium classes in their village’s government school on their own. The introduction of Annapurna breakfast programme was a happy moment for them, he said. Nizamabad Collector A. Ravinder Reddy, DCMS Chairman Mujioddin, Jakranpally ZPTC Thanuja Srinivas Reddy, Helping Hands Foundation Founder Ramanareddy, Satya Sai Seva Trust in-charge Srikanth participated in the programme.

Prerana programme

The MP later participated in Government school headmasters’ meeting, ‘Prerana’ programme, at New Ambedkar Bhavan and discussed with them plans to achieve good results in Class 10 exams. She said that last year Jagityal district obtained first place in Class 10 exam in Telangana, this year Nizamabad district headmasters and school teachers should strive to put their district on this spot.

The MP said that headmasters should keenly observe last year’s results and focus on weak students and prepare a strategy to help them and conduct additional classes for them. Kavitha said that students could help in the reconstruction of Telangana and teachers should mould them as good citizens.

Funds sanctioned

The Collector sanctioned Rs 26 lakh for conduct of special classes and snacks for Class 10 students this year, and issued a cheque for Rs 10 lakh to the MP. Kavitha appreciated the district administration for issuing advance of Rs 10 lakh.

Nizamabad Urban MLA Bigala Ganesh Gupta, Mayor Aakula Sujatha, Nizamabad DEO Rajesh, RED Co chairman S.A. Aleen participated in the meeting.

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