HYDERABAD: The Koti Women’s College will be converted to Telangana Women’s University, said deputy CM and education minister Kadiyam Srihari on a visit to the college.
In a press release given by the minister’s office, the college will be upgraded from the ensuing academic year after seeking approval from Telangana CM KCR. The minister has sought a report from the higher education department officials on the facilities required to upgrade the college into a university within a month. Important Tips for TET Exam.
The minister also said to the students and enquired about the quality of education at the college. He enquired about various facilities such as the library, building, classrooms etc. of the college which is spread over vast acres of land. Follow us on Facebook.
The minister said there was no women’s university in Telangana till date and its a great move by Telangana Government. “The proposal to set up a women’s university was recently floated in a meeting with union minister of human resource development Prakash Javdekar. We are hopeful that the central government will help us in doing so,” said deputy CM.
“The undivided state of Andhra Pradesh had Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam as the women’s university. Post bifurcation, the same went to AP and Telangana has no women’s university. Therefore, Koti Women’s College has the potential to be upgraded as the women’s university for Telangana,” he added.Currently, 42 undergraduate and post-graduate courses are offered at Koti Women’s College. The minister said that research work can also be taken up once the college turns into Women’ s University.
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