Telangana Government schools students crack JEE mains: Over the past few years, government schools started remaining empty and deserted. As a result, teachers
were allotted various kind of social works because their responsibility is to educate
and improve society. The government schools in India lack Infrastructure
and fails to provide basic amenities to students.
Telangana Government schools students crack JEE Mains
Despite facing all the problems and hailing from agriculture family
backgrounds these 506 students belonging to the Telangana Tribal Welfare
Residential Educational Institutions (TTWREIs) and Social Welfare Residential
Educational Institutions (TSWREIs) cracked the JEE Mains, 2019.
Azmeera Mahesh of Rajendra Nagar College clinched all India 486 rank in the
ST category. L Tejaswini and K Priyason belonging to social welfare schools
scored 93.4 and 93.62 percentile respectively. Rajnikesh Vardhan of Social Welfare IIT College, Gowlidoddi, tops 203 marks out of 360 with 98.41 percentile. Korra
Mahesh of Tribal Welfare IIT Study center.
Rajendra Nagar bagged all India 410 rank
Rajendra Nagar bagged all India 410 rank in the ST category with 95.3 percentile. All the students who have cracked the exam hail from marginalized villages and tribal hamlets, whose parents work as agricultural laborers, masons, vegetable vendors, tea sellers, and clerks.
Telangana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TTWREIS) has been running 169 residential educational institutions (from 5th standard to Degree) in Telangana State under the Ministry of Tribal Welfare, Government of Telangana. TTWREIS has evolved with a motto to provide quality education to the children and provide a better future to them.
Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) is running 268 residential educational institutions (from 5th standard to Undergraduate level) in the state of Telangana under the Ministry of Scheduled Caste Development, Government of Telangana. The Society has been working with the noble aim of providing quality education to the needy and deprived children on par with the other advantaged children.