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School Education department instructs all DEOs to return back the textbooks following the fiasco

SCERT had printed the foreword stating that K Chandrashekhar Rao as the Chief Minister of Telangana state and Kadiam Srihari and Sabitha Indra Reddy as Education ministers

This website had published the fiasco on Wednesday forcing the government to return back all the textbooks and print with fresh foreword

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KARIMNAGAR, JUNE 13, 2024: The state Education department has instructed all the DEOs of Telangana state to return back the textbooks to the students of various government schools on the first day of reopening of the schools on Wednesday.

Following a fiasco of printing the names of former Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and Education Minister as Kadiam Srihari and Sabitha Indra Reddy and other officials, the state government has instructed the educational departmental officials to return back the books immediately.

It may be recalled that this website ‘’ had published a news item “KCR is still CM of Telangana state as per textbooks published by SCERT for the academic year 2024-25” on Wednesday. Responding to this news item, the government had instructed the DEOs of the all the district to return back the textbooks and print the afresh with the latest foreword with Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy and other officials.

The Teachers and others had flayed the negligence of SCERT officials, who failed to revise the foreword when there was change in government in the Telangana state. Even before the government could issue orders, some of the schools headmasters had torn the foreword and distributed the textbooks to the students.

TRSMA demands severe action against SCERT officials for fiasco 

Expressing concern over the fiasco in the printing of the government textbooks by the SCERT, Telangana Recognised Schools Management Association (TRSMA) honourary state advisor Y Shekhar Rao said that the failures occurred due to no Education minister in the new Telangana government. With the government’s decision to return the textbooks for the issuance of new textbooks, he said that it would at least over one month period to print new textbooks to print and distribute the same to the students.

By the time, the students would be losing their precious academic schedule due to non-availability of textbooks, he said and demanded that the government should punish the SCERT officials severely to prevent recurrences of such mistakes and playing with the lives of the students. He said that the government should also involve the private schools in the printing and publication of government schools. He also said that the government should constitute a judicial commission for the printing textbooks.




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