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    Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy announced plans for semi-residential schools to strengthen parent-child bonds. This initiative is in response to a study showing that the current residential education system may be weakening these relationships. The government aims to provide students with meals during the day and send them home in the evening to spend quality time with their families.

    At an event organized by the Vande Mataram Foundation, the Chief Minister honored Class 10 government school students who scored a perfect 10 in the SSC exams. He also distributed tablets to the students. Revanth Reddy expressed pride in the academic achievements of government school students, highlighting the success of these students compared to those in private institutions.

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    The Chief Minister addressed the lack of teachers in government schools, noting that many schools were closed in the past due to insufficient infrastructure and staffing. The government has allocated funds to rebuild school buildings and has launched enrollment programs and filled teaching vacancies. Revanth Reddy emphasized that investment in education is crucial and will benefit society in the long run.

    The government also plans to establish education and agriculture commissions to address ongoing issues. The CM instructed education authorities to prioritize admissions for students who scored 10/10 in their 10th standard exams. During the interactive session, a student from Warangal requested the implementation of IIT, NEET, and JEE courses in government schools from an early age, as well as proper libraries and laboratories for practical knowledge.

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