HYDERABAD: The Telangana authorities will bear the academic bills of over 700 college students introduced again from war-torn Ukraine to allow them to finish their medical training in India, Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao introduced on Tuesday.

He instructed the Meeting that the state authorities will write to the Centre to provide permission to 740 college students who returned from Ukraine to finish their MBBS course.

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KCR, because the Chief Minister is popularly identified, mentioned the scholars had been learning medication in numerous universities in Ukraine and the conflict has pressured them to discontinue the training and return residence.
He mentioned that for the reason that college students face an unsure future because of the present state of affairs in Ukraine, the state authorities is able to bear the bills to assist them full the MBBS.

His announcement got here whereas he was replying to the talk on the Appropriation Invoice.

He mentioned over 20,000 Indian college students had been stranded in Ukraine. That they had gone there to check medication as there have been no alternatives for them in India.

“To check MBBS in India, it was costing them over Rs 1 crore and since they may not afford this they went to Ukraine the place they needed to pay Rs 20-25 lakh,” he mentioned.

In one other main announcement, KCR declared that 7,000 area assistants working for Mahatma Gandhi Nationwide Rural Employment Assure Scheme (MGNREGS) shall be taken again. The sphere assistants had been eliminated after they went on strike. The CM suggested them to not go on strike once more.

He additionally introduced that 4,000 staff working for Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP) shall be given salaries at par with the federal government staff.

KCR introduced that Authorities Order (GO) 111 shall be revoked after receiving the report of the consultants’ committee.

He mentioned the GO, which imposes sure restrictions on constructions on round 1.32 lakh acres in catchment areas of Osman Sagar and Himayat Sagar reservoirs in Hyderabad, has change into redundant because the water from the 2 reservoirs is not getting used for consuming functions. He identified that water is being pumped from initiatives on Krishna and Godavari rivers to fulfill the consuming water wants of the town and environment.

KCR mentioned the federal government will take all crucial steps to make sure that there isn’t a haphazard improvement in 1.32 lakh acres with the revocation of GO 111.

The GO was issued in 1996 for the safety of two reservoirs.



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