Schools, Colleges In Telangana To Reopen On Feb 1
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today held a meeting with various government departments, and took decisions on key several issues.
Hyderabad | 11th January 2021
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today held a meeting with various ministers and the officials of several departments of the government at the Pragathi Bhavan, and took some key decisions, including on the Dharani portal and the reopening of the schools in the state.
At the meeting, the CM asked the officials concerned to solve all the issues plaguing the state's revenue department and the land registration portal immediately.
He also instructed them make the necessary changes and additions to the Dharani portal within a week, and to invite fresh applications for the pending land mutations as well to hasten the completion of registrations after a delay of nearly three months.
Highlighting the need for the comprehensive organisation of land records, Rao said that before the formation of Telangana, the maintenance of revenue records was not done properly, and would often, therefore, lead to clashes and litigations.
"It is to deal with such issues that the Telangana government made several attempts to bring in a comprehensive and efficient system of land registration. We wanted to put an end to the constant litigations arising out of the improper record-keeping of the preceding regimes. I am happy to note that the Dharani portal has been able to make a big difference in this respect," he said.
The CM also asked the officials to make the land registration portal more user-friendly, and asked them to take steps to allow NRIs to register their lands.
Issuing further instructions, the CM added, "Modify the portal in such way that companies and societies are also able to get passbooks for the lands that they purchase. Also, allow those who did not provide their Aadhaar details to register their lands once again. Further, create a facility to allow people to cancel or reschedule booked slots on the portal."
"Regularly update the list of prohibited lands as per court verdicts on the same. As for the registration of the Sada Bainamas, the district Collectors must carefully examine such applications to regularise the lands at the earliest," he also said.
Addressing the issue of the reopening of the schools and colleges in Telangana after the Covid-19 lockdown, KCR asked the concerned officials to immediately take measures to enable all private and government educational institutions to resume classes for students of class 9 and upwards from February 1.
"Classes should be held for the students of class 10, and of intermediate, degree and vocational courses, from February 1. The hostels of residential schools and all educational institutions should be ready by then. Also, ensure that the toilets of the institutions are clean. The Collectors should oversee these preparations. Since the educational institutions have been closed for so many days, clean the premises thoroughly, and ensure that the food grains and other essential commodities are not rotten. The institutions should be ready to conduct classes from January 25. Ministers should personally inspect the hotels for SC, ST and BC students to see that they are fit for the students to reside in," he said.
The CM also issued instructions concerning the upcoming state-wide Covid-19 vaccination drive, the revival of the forests in the state, and the filling of all the vacancies in the government departments.
The government advisors, and the secretaries and heads of various departments participated in the meeting.
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