Commissioner held a meeting on the arrangements for breakfast schemes in the public schools
Hyderabad: GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose has ordered the authorities to complete the arrangements to provide breakfast to the students studying in government schools from the 6th of this month. He said that as per the instructions of Chief Minister KCR, the breakfast scheme is being implemented in all government schools in Telangana.
On this occasion, a set conference was held with Hyderabad Collector Anudeep Durishetti, Additional Commissioner Sneha Sabarish and Zonal Commissioner on breakfast arrangements in all government schools under GHMC. He said that one school from each constituency should be selected and the breakfast program should be started with the cooperation of the district education department officials. He said that steps should be taken so that the local legislators, ministers and public representatives participate in this inauguration program. Akshaya Patra Trust and other trusts should be partnered. The Commissioner asked the officials to select the schools in Mushirabad, Amber Pate, Secunderabad, Sanat Nagar, Begumpet, Lalaguda, Bansilal Pate, Boyguda, West Mared Pally, Cantonment, Kavadiguda, Vengalarao Nagar, West Boyn Pally, etc.
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