Hyderabad: IT minister K.T. Rama Rao said India’s mindboggling growth on multiple fronts is praiseworthy in its own right. At the same time, basic problems like access to electricity, potable water, toilets and road connectivity continue to haunt people, especially weaker sections of the society in rural areas.
Mr Rama Rao called upon young civil servants to make these problems their number one priority towards finding enduring solutions for them. He was delivering the keynote address at a pre-valedictory function of trainee civil servants at the Dr MCR HRD Institute, organised by the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussorie, and the Union department of personnel and training.
He said health and education sectors, which have so far neglected concerns of poorer sections, should play their role effectively to empower vulnerable sections of the society and help them rise above the shadows of poverty, ignorance, and ill health. He stressed on use of innovations in administration to ensure growth that is inclusive.
He said, “With a sense of pride, we can say that India, with its young population is a hot a destination for investors from across the globe.”
Mr A.P.V.N. Sharma, adviser to Governor, who was the guest of honour, underlined the need for mid-course training programmes covering officers from different services to ensure that they develop a broader vision and work as one organic whole.
MCR HRD Institute Director General B.P. Acharya said top civil servants, who number 10,000 among two crore employees, have the rare opportunity to bring qualitative change in the lives of people across the country.
Mr Harish Rao further said, “The formation of Telangana state itself was based on the need to ensure fair share in river waters.”
Dr Laxman said that the party would continue its fight against the dictatorial, corrupt and family rule of Mr Chandrasekhar Rao.
They said the Chief Minister had already made it clear that TRS opposes the CAA and will pass a resolution in the Assembly.
TPCC chief accuses SEC of not conducting municipal elections in fair manner.
According to GHMC sources, defence officials had sought permission to dig 56 km of roads to lay cables and paid the fee two years ago.
Sindhu is currently playing for the Hyderabad Hunters in the Premier Badminton League (PBL).
Mercury is already 3º Celsius above normal.
The efforts hit a bigger roadblock when Iran refused to export the Asiatic cheetah to India.
Private medical and dental colleges yet to increase seats to accommodate 10 per cent EWS students.
On Tuesday, four persons from Vizag cancelled their tickets to Singapore and Scoot Airlines refused to refund their fare.
Blood samples of all five admitted sent to Pune, Passengers from SE Asia to be screened.
With the coronavirus spreading through droplets, the present set-up in wards is not found to be adequate to contain the spread.