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RAJAHMUNDRY: Minister for BC Welfare Basavaraju Saraiah said that the government was seriously considering providing full-fledged education and employment opportunities to backward class students and in this process it wants to establish BC Study Circles in every district.
The Minister, who visited East Godavari district on a one-day tour, spoke to media persons on Sunday at Rajahmundry R and B guesthouse.
He said that fee reimbursement process has been completed as far as SC, ST students are concerned and 60 per cent has been paid for Backward Class students.
With regard to the remaining 40 per cent for Backward Class students, the government was to release Rs.1000 crore, which would be released shortly, he added.
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