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    Union Tourism and Culture Minister G. Kishan Reddy, State Panchayat Raj, Rural Development, Health and Child Welfare Minister Dhanasari Anasuya Seetakka, and MP Kavitha inaugurated the Sammakka – Sarakka Central Tribal University campus at the Youth Training Center in Jakaram, Mulugu district. The event marked a significant step towards enhancing educational opportunities for tribal communities in the region.

    Union Minister Kishan Reddy extended his wishes to women on International Women’s Day and expressed satisfaction in launching the Central Tribal University in the Mulugu tribal area. He emphasized its potential for fostering development and raising tribal literacy to 100% in Telangana, where tribal literacy rates, especially among women, are low. The government’s allocation of Rs 889.07 crores for the university shows a commitment to improving higher education quality in the Telangana region.

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    Minister Seethakka highlighted the university’s role in transforming Mulugu into an education hub alongside its tourism destination status. She emphasized the reservation of 35% of seats for tribal students and encouraged local tribal youth to apply online for admission as classes start in the upcoming academic year. MP Kavita praised the establishment of a university named after Mulugu’s revered deities, anticipating increased educational and employment opportunities for local tribal youth.

    Various officials and dignitaries, including Tribal Welfare Department Secretary Sarath, District Collector Ila Tripathi, Mulugu SP Shabarish, and MP Sitaram Naik, attended the inauguration to promote education and empowerment within tribal communities. The university’s establishment signifies a pivotal step towards fostering inclusive growth and development in the region.

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