Telangana Chief Minister K Chandra shekar Rao turned hero of Telugu language in the state. CM KCR took two important decisions on Tuesday which may enhance the telugu language prevalently during the restoration. Chief Minister K Chandra shekar Rao inspected about World Telugu Conference to be held in Hyderabad from December 15th to 19th this year.
Telangana Government sanctioned Rs 50 crore for the arrangements of the conference. Sahitya Academy and Official Language Committee were granted a fund of Rs 5 crore and Rs 2 crore respectively.
Post the meeting, Chief Minister K Chandra shekar Rao ordered to the educational offices to implement Telugu as one of the subjects upto Intermediate level from next academic year and which implies it is mandatory each student must learn Telugu as one of his subjects.
Telugu teaching is compulsory in all Educational Institutions from Class 1 to 12. Urdu can be an optional subject. The CM has instructed all the educational institutions in the state, both private and public, to teach Telugu as a compulsory subject from Class I to XII.
He has made it clear that it is only the educational institutions that are teaching Telugu, as a compulsory subject will be given recognition and permissions to function,” read a release from CM’s Office. Another critical choice taken up by Chief Minister K Chandra shekar Rao is to make each signboard written in Telugu before all government and private area’s office buildings and shops.
It has been since an extended period of time Telugu language lovers upsetting on similar choices to be taken up by the government. Those people may have been respecting with the Chief Minister K Chandra shekar Rao’s choice. How about we trust, Telugu will rock and gets treasured in new colors in whole Telangana state.