On May 31, the Viprahitha telangana Brahmana Samkshema Sadan in Serilingampally will be opened by chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao. There will be more Brahmin Sadans like this one popping up all over the State; this is just the beginning. The State government is building other such buildings at Suryapet, khammam, Madhira, Peddapalli, and Beechupally as part of the Brahmin Sadan plan.
Construction at the Brahmin Sadan in Suryapet is already almost finished, and it will likely be finished by the end of June. A Ramaiah donated one acre of land, and in addition to the donations, the State government is paying for the building. The construction has cost Rs. 1.37 crore so far. The Sadan is being built in khammam on 475 square yards of land that Madiraju Seetharama Rao donated. On december 19 of last year, a ground-breaking ceremony was held, and the State government approved Rs 75 lakhs for building costs. The selection of bidders has been completed, and construction work will soon begin.

The State government has approved Rs 73 lakhs for the development of the structure being built in Madhira. The proposals for the new ones at Peddapally and Beechupally are in the early stages.

Overseas education program and entrepreneurship program

According to Joshi Gopala Sharma, a member of the telangana Brahmin Samkshema Parishad, the telangana administration launched the Vivekananda Overseas education Scheme after the State was created, offering Rs 20 lakh in financial aid.

In addition to this, Telangana's Brahmin Entrepreneurial Scheme offers help to members of the BPL category of the community who wish to establish small-scale businesses. He claimed that no other State in the nation was carrying out similar welfare measures for the Brahmin population.

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