Rama Krishna Sangem
Students of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana BC Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society excelled in Intermediate examinations by registering 87 per cent success. Besides, they got 4,5,6 state level ranks in MPC group, 6,7 ranks in BiPC groups and 4,5 ranks in MEC group. In all, 300 students students of this society bagged blow 10 ranks at the state level.
On this occasion, BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar felicitated the students who fared well in the examinations and complimented Society Secretary Malliah Battu and other officials and teaching faculty and non-teaching staff, for their overall performance. Minister Kamalakar offered them flower bouquets, shawls, mementos and cash rewards to the students.
As many as 18,079 students from the society applied for the intermediate exam while 17,204 appeared for them. As many as 207 students secured 10GPA, the highest and stood on par with those studied in corporate colleges. Students from three districts got 100 pass rate, while those from 30 districts got 90 per cent success rate.Three districts registered 83 per cent pass percentage. Minister also appreciated Mallaiah Battu for the good academic performance of his students.
Most first generation students
A heartening reason behind their success is that most of the students from MJP BC residential society are first generation educated. Their parents are either illiterates or semi-educated. But for the residential education system provided to them, they would have discontinued education at early stages. Minister told them to work hard and come up in life by making use of the facilities provided by the government.