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    Tummana palli Srinivas, the State President of Lok Satta Party, is urging the Telangana government to improve the quality of school education. Despite high enrollment rates, he believes urgent improvements are needed in educational standards. In a letter to the Chief Minister, Srinivas emphasized the importance of supporting students from Telugu medium schools in rural areas for higher education and job opportunities.

    He also expressed concern over the need to promote employment sectors and highlighted the inefficient use of funds in government schools. Srinivas pointed out that spending over 60,000 rupees per student in government schools is not producing desired outcomes. He called for the government to address this issue before the new academic year starts.

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    Additionally, Srinivas emphasized the importance of ensuring all schools in the state have essential facilities like water, kitchens, toilets, labs, libraries, and sports grounds. He also called for prompt repairs to any dilapidated schools. Secretaries Sarojadevi, Malladi Kishore, Karumanchi Ganesh, and Murali, along with the Education Committee, were present in the meeting where these demands were discussed.

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