KCR orders Telugu as a compulsory subject

rp_kcr-11-300x241-1-300x241-1-300x241-1-300x241-300x241-300x241-1-300x241-300x241.jpgTelangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao insisted to teach Telugu as a compulsory subject to students from 1st to 12th class.If the schools fail to incorporate Telugu as one of the subjects, they will be derecognized

The World Telugu Conference will be held in Hyderabad for five days from December 15 to 19. KCR announced a sanction of Rs. 50 crore for organising the conference. Telangana Sahitya Academy will be the nodal agency for the World Telugu Conference.

KCR also told the public and private establishments and institutions in Telangana to display their signboards in Telugu.