CM to honour two govt teachers for promoting Haritha Haram


The state government has decided to honour the two government teachers for planting trees in a big way on their respective campuses.

The Botany assistant professor at Government degree College Jadcherla Sadasivaiah and Dr Peer Mohammed Sheikh, Head Master of a government school in Pattiapaka in Dharmaram mandal in Pedapalli district were selected for the honour, The CM has decided to give these teachers awards in order to encourage them.

While the CM was reviewing the education department, the names of two teachers have cropped up. The CM said in certain government educational institutions teachers are not confining themselves to teaching alone but also involving themselves in social programmes like the planting of the saplings etc. They should be encouraged. In this context, the officials pointed out to the names of these two.

The CM spoke to Sadasivaiah who not only planted trees in large number in Jadcherla Degree College premises but also decided to create Telangana Botanical garden there. “Sadasivaiah garu, officers gave a good account about you. I saw your effort on the TV programme. Your dedication is great. My hearty congratulations to you. Please continue your aim of creating a botanical garden there and the government will release the required funds. Society needs people like you. Continue with the same spirit. Plant trees at Palamuru University campus too. The social work you are doing with good purpose should continue and the government would stand by you,” the CM told Sadasivaiah. The CM also instructed the officials concerned to release the required funds for the Botanical Garden.

The works of the Children in Pattipaka Govt school as part of Haritha Haram


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