The 140-year-old Hyderabad school faces financial challenges; ask state government for h-Edexlive


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A 140 year old school, Mufeed UL Anam Boys High School at Hyderabad‘s Twin Cities, which are in dire financial straits, have sought help from the state government and alumni. Speaking to ANI, Ramadevi, head of the school principal’s office, said: “The school was established in 1880 and I have been working here since 1992. Many children who have studied at this school have become mayors, including Ex. -Mayor Teegala Krishna Reddy – doctors and governors. He has a great history. “

“Right now, most of the teachers are retired and we only have two teachers and one employee, who work in a government-subsidized position. students pay no fees. Providing wages has become a burden now. “She called on the alumni of the school and the government to come forward for the development of this school.

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Abu Zaid, a class IX student of the school, also launched his plea: “This school has produced many people from different professions, including deputy mayor, industrialists, lawyer, doctors, etc. However, today this school is in dire need of funds. . Education is free but funds are needed for maintenance and appointments of teachers. We therefore ask the elderly and the government of Telangana to kindly help us deal with this situation. “



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