For the tribal people at Kuttampuzha, a govt college is still an elusive dream
| Tuesday | 3rd March, 2020
The students, including those from tribal households mostly rely on colleges far away from home for higher studies.
Earlier in 2009, after the demand gathered steam, 10 acres of land for setting up the college were been identified at Kuttampuzha.
“ The nearly 10,000 sq-ft building, built as part of the Pooyamkutty project on five-acre revenue ‘puramboke’ land, is lying vacant.
If they had evinced interest, the college might have become a reality by now,” said another action council member.
Land identifiedEarlier in 2009, after the demand gathered steam, 10 acres of land for setting up the college were identified at Kuttampuzha.
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