Hyderabad: A Cabinet sub-committee meeting was held to discuss the issues in the education department. The meeting, chaired by Minister Sabita Indra Reddy, took place at the MCRHRD Center in Hyderabad. Ministers KTR, Harish Rao, Satyavathi Rathod, and Jagadish Reddy were present at the meeting.
During the meeting, the participants extensively discussed various problems in the education sector. They focused on issues such as the conduct of the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), the appointment process for teachers, and the state of schools and neighborhoods. The meeting also addressed concerns regarding the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minister Sabita Indra Reddy highlighted the need for effective implementation of TET and emphasized the importance of maintaining high educational standards. Minister KTR stressed the need for transparency in the teacher recruitment process to ensure fairness and meritocracy. Harish Rao raised concerns about the condition of schools and urged for immediate improvements to provide a conducive learning environment for students.
Satyavathi Rathod discussed the challenges faced by students in rural areas and stressed the need for better infrastructure and facilities. Jagadish Reddy emphasized the importance of digital education and suggested exploring innovative methods to bridge the digital divide among students.
The sub-committee meeting ended with a resolution to address the identified issues promptly. Minister Sabita Indra Reddy expressed her gratitude to all the participants for their valuable inputs and assured that necessary measures would be taken to overcome the challenges in the education sector.
The meeting received positive reviews from education experts and stakeholders, who appreciated the government’s proactive approach in addressing critical issues. They expressed hope that the discussions would lead to concrete actions and improvements in the education system.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, it is crucial for policymakers to prioritize education and ensure that students receive quality education despite the challenges posed by the pandemic. The sub-committee meeting served as a platform to address these concerns and find effective solutions for the betterment of the education sector in Hyderabad and the state as a whole.