Hyderabad: The government will construct two buildings in the Falaknuma Educational Institutions campus to provide accommodation.
Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari on Friday visited the campus housing primary and high schools, an intermediate and a degree college which have come up over time.
“We plan to develop it into a KG to PG model campus. A post graduation college will also be started here,” he said.
This newspaper had on June 27 highlighted the problem of lack of space at the institution.
Students were making do with four rooms belonging to the primary school. Around 900 students are enrolled at the degree college.
The minister, who was accompanied by MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi, said the government would construct a building for the junior college costing Rs 3 crore.
“Half the amount will be made available by Mr Akbaruddin Owaisi from his constituency development fund while the remaining will be given by the government,” he said.
He said Rs 5 crore had been sanctioned for the degree college.
“Due to some small issues, the works could not be started. Nevertheless, we are preparing a master plan of the project and the degree and junior college buildings will be completed before the beginning of the next academic year,” he said....