Honourable Chief Minister of Telangana Shri. K Chandrasekhar Rao Garu has high vision of making the state "Bangaru Telangana" (Golden Telangana). Inclusive development of all communities, Empowerment and integration of all marginalised sections of the state is an important first step in the direction of building a Golden Telangana. As part of Minorities development and KG to PG Mission, the Honourable Chief Minister Sri. K. Chandrasekhar Rao Garu has sanctioned total 204 Minorities Residential Schools in 31 districts of Telangana and 12 Residential Junior Colleges where more than 1 lakh minority students will educate per year. This is a landmark initiative in the Indian history, which has created an opportunity to minorities and a stepping stone to educate economically backward minorities children.
TMREIS has an excellent track record of establishing 204 Minority Residential Schools and 2 Residential Junior Colleges in a mere 13 months span in 31 districts of Telangana. These schools are meant for children of poor parents who have a meagre income and economically deprived communities.
The objective of having a fully residential school is to focus on the child's overall development. These schools are home away from home where traditional values and complete family atmosphere is maintained 24x7 by trained and caring professionals. It is envisioned that there would be one school in each constituency of state. It comes to 120 schools in the state. 71 residential schools (39 BOYS and 32 GIRLS) will be established in the first phase. Remaining schools will be established in the second phase.
The society aims to provide high quality and free education to the children of most economically backward minorities communities of the state of TeRead more...
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The reservations in the admissions will be made in the following ratio Minorities - 75%, Others - 25%
|S.No||Type of Institution||Boys||Girls||Total|
|1||Upgraded Schools up to Intermediate 2nd Year||2||0||2|
|2||Upgraded Schools up to Intermediate 1st Year||7||3||10|
|3||Schools From Class V to IX||39||32||71|
|4||Schools From Class V to VIII||59||62||121|
Medium of Instruction:
V to Intermediate
For the Year 2016-17: V,VI,VII Classes has been started and from the academic year 8 th class will be started in the existing 71 schools. In respect of new 121 schools only 5 th , 6 th and 7 th classes will be started.
|1st Language||2nd Language||3rd Language|
|Students studying in 204 Schools (2018-19 ) : 66580|
Digital Class Rooms started in all the Minorities Residential Schools.
24 hours medical care is provided.
Quality Education and Food is provided in these schools.
Importance given to Sports, Extra Curricular activities.
All amenities including Uniforms, Sports Dress, Books provided to each student.