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Government introduces computer education in 5000 schools

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Karimnagar, January 8, 2008

The Minister for Mines and Geology and district in charge, P Sabita Indra Reddy on Tuesday said that the government had decided to introduce computer education in 5,000 schools in the State. She participated in several developmental works including inauguration of additional classrooms for the Zilla Parishad High School, Government Junior college and bulk milk cooling unit.

Speaking on the occasion, she said that computer education would be implemented in 239 schools in Karimnagar district. Each school would be given 12 computers and the State Government had taken up construction of 1,800 additional classrooms at a cost of Rs.37 crore in the district. She further said that 21st Century Gurukul School was sanctioned for each district.

Speaking at a press conference, she said that the Pavala Vaddi scheme has been extended to weavers' cooperative societies also. All measures considered towards waiver of interest on loans taken by weavers. She said that the State secured investments over Rs.30,000 crore in the mining operations of bauxite, iron ore, beach sand and uranium and creating opportunities.

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