BENGALURU: As BBMP keeps its drive in opposition to encroachments, the Training Department is now in the manner of checking if encroachments have cropped up on land belonging to authorities faculties and faculties.

Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Tanveer Sait issued guidelines to the Deputy Director of Public Commands (DDPI) asking them to preserve land documents of government schools and schools geared up.

Talking to Specific, Sait stated, “I have given Commands to keep unique papers of the college properties equipped. If there may be an encroachment of school or university land, it will likely be eliminated immediately.”

There are extra than 47,417 government colleges in the state. “I have taken this choice after receiving communique from government that college land has been encroached upon in some districts, including Bengaluru City and Rural,” he stated.


The minister also sought a district-clever file on encroached land with names of encroachers. “Once the list is prepared, we can continue with the demolition power,” he stated.

Vintage faculty buildings to be razed

The Department is likewise taking measures to demolish Old school homes. After new homes came up below Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan scheme, a few college campuses still have Vintage buildings. “After the Belagavi incident in which a school room wall collapsed and two students have been killed, I issued guidelines to demolish Antique college homes,” Sait stated.

Meanwhile, the Branch has released Rs 10 lakhs for each MLA constituency for development of faculties. The entire amount for every constituency is Rs 40 lakhs.