There are ten upper primary schools and six high schools in the Balapur mandal of ranga reddy district. Of them, five upper primary schools and three high schools serve areas where minorities predominate. over 300 students graduate from public high schools each year, while over 2,000 graduate from various budget-friendly private schools in Shaheehnagar, Sadatnagar, Wadi-e-Omer, Wadi-e-Mustafa, Bismillah colony, New Babanagar, Osmannagar, Errakunta, and the surrounding districts.
Although Jalpally municipality serves a sizable student body, there are no government-run junior or degree colleges there, giving students few opportunities for higher education. In order to attend colleges in Hyderabad, such as the government junior college for Girls Maisaram in Barkas, the government junior college for Boys Falaknuma, the government junior college for Girls Falaknuma, or private institutions, students from these localities must travel. at the Balapur Municipality, the closest government college is at Meerpet, which is four kilometres from shaheen Nagar. Through the efforts of P Sabitha indra Reddy, the minister for education, this college was just approved last year.
A new government junior college opened in Meerpet village, which is part of the Balapur mandal, in the Maheshwaram constituency of ranga reddy district in 2022 after receiving approval from the state government. However, the scarcity of higher education institutions has angered the local populace, which primarily consists of daily wage workers. Because of societal limitations, they are forced to choose private colleges or send their kids to far-off universities.
Residents and a government school teacher have requested public officials to set up government junior colleges with regular and vocational courses in Shaheehnagar and the adjacent districts in order to address this problem and prevent a dropout syndrome among pupils. A representative from the school education department acknowledged the need for higher education institutions in Shaheehnagar and the surrounding areas when contacted. They discussed the idea of a junior college in Pahadishareef and hoped for the police department's support in securing land for this community welfare project.