Opposition leader and former CM Chandrababu Naidu is all praise for the educational institutions in Amaravati over the ‘excellent’ placements.
Chandrababu in his post on social media revealed that students who are pursuing education from institutions in Amaravati have secured placements ranging from 40 to 50 lakh per annum.
Naidu congratulated all the students who got placed and all their parents for their efforts. Naidu also appreciated the educational institutions in Amaravati. He reiterated his vision to make Amaravati as the educational hub of South India.
This is not all. Naidu said that several students have also bagged admissions into elite universities abroad.
“Delighted to learn that educational institutions at Amaravati, AP, have obtained excellent placements in the range of Rs.40-50 lakhs P.A. for their students in the maiden batch this year. Many students have also secured admissions into reputed universities abroad making their parents proud,” Chandrababu Naidu wrote.
“It makes me feel happy to see these youngsters graduate with their heads held high. These are the fruits of our vision to make Amaravati the educational hub of South India. I congratulate the students and institutions on their significant achievement and wish them the very best for the future,” he added.
During his tenure, Naidu had envisioned Amaravati as the education and business hub. He had planned to make Amaravati as the Capital City of the Sunrise State of Andhra Pradesh. However, the plans were changed soon after CM Jaganmohan Reddy came to power and announced the decentralisation of the capital city.
CM Jagan had announced that Amaravati would remain as Legislative Capital whereas Vizag would be made Executive Capital and Kurnool as the Judiciary Capital. This has affected the business in Amaravati region to the core.