Nellore: District Collector Chakradhar Babu has directed the officials to speed up the construction work of the minority Gurukula School and start it for the next academic year. On Tuesday, a review meeting was held with the concerned officials on the progress of the construction work of the Minority Gurukul Boys School, which is being constructed at a cost of 15 crore rupees at the camp office in Nellore Rural Akkacheruvupadu. Speaking on the occasion, the District Collector suggested that the construction work of the Gurukula School should be expedited and prepared for its commencement in the month of June next year. It has been ordered that the entire necessary infrastructure such as furniture, drinking water, toilets and other facilities for this school should be provided under the scheme today.
Multi-Purpose Facility Centers:- The Collector has directed the officials to complete the construction of multi-purpose facility centers so as to be inaugurated by the CM on October 15. On Tuesday at the camp office, a meeting of the fourth district level implementation committee was held with the concerned officials on the construction of multi-purpose facility centers and the progress of construction of warehouses was reviewed. On this occasion, the district collector said that out of the 48 warehouses sanctioned in the district, 10 warehouses have been completed and another 10 warehouses are in the process of completion. The rest are under construction at various stages. They want to immediately identify the places in both places and take steps to start construction of warehouses. The construction of at least 30 godowns should be completed by next October 15 and prepared to be inaugurated by the Chief Minister of the state. On this occasion, the committee approved the release of funds for the amounts spent so far for the construction of 24 godowns. Joint Collector R. Kurmanadh officials participated in this meeting.