BC students told to reach heights with passion for study, discipline
Deccan Chronicle. | DC Correspondent
The minister said students of BC Residential Schools and hostels have shown excellent performance in the Xth class and Intermediate results this year. Facebook
Vijayawada: BC Welfare Minister Chelluboina Gopalakrishna has advised students of BC welfare hostels to reach high positions by studying with passion and cultivating discipline in their lives.
The minister felicitated 40 toppers in the SSC and Intermediate exams, 2023, at a meeting the BC Welfare Department organised to congratulate them at the Tummalapalli Kshetrayya Kalakshetram here on Wednesday.
He urged the students to follow the path shown by social reformer Jyotirao Phule who had engaged in community service. The minister and others paid floral tributes to the statue of Phule.
The minister said students of BC Residential Schools and hostels have shown excellent performance in the Xth class and Intermediate results this year.
The state government, he said, gives top priority to education and to provide opportunities to students from AP at the national level. CBSE syllabus has been introduced in 21 BC residential schools. More schools will have CBSE syllabus in the coming year.
Minister Gopalakrishna felicitated 40 students, their parents and teachers, based on the students’ good performance in the two examinations. They were adorned with shawls and given mementos and certificates of appreciation.
BC welfare department special chief secretary Anantha Ramulu, BC welfare director Arjuna Rao, Jyotirao Phule AP residential schools society secretary Krishna Mohan, BC welfare department officials and employees participated in the programme.