The Seemandhra region which is to be carved out after the split of Andhra Pradesh will have a few top-notch educational institutions on offer such as Indian Institute of Management, Indian Institute of Technology, AIIMS and Indian Institute of Information Technology.
Furthermore, more proposed universities likely to be established in Seemandhra such as a Central university, a petroleum university, an agricultural university and a tribal university.
The Andhra Pradesh Government is having plans on developing the Kakinada-Visakhapatnam as a petrochemical hub and corridor. Upon the completion of this proposal, the petroleum university in that region will let state meet the required work force, needed for this industry.
A Medical College cum Hospital equipped with top-notch facilities and equipments at par of All India Institute of Medical Science may also be seen in the region since majority of super-speciality hospitals currently situated in Hyderabad will fall under the Telangana state after bifurcation.
Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Bill 2014, got approval from the President last week, and the bill consists of many provisions in favor of Seemandhra concerns and seeks to address them.
Through the bill issues such as Hyderabad as a common capital for 10 years, special responsibility of Governor and retention of existing admission quotas in the educational institutions for a period of 10 years will be covered.
As per the reports released recently, the state is to have common Lok Sabha and assembly polls, i.e, as an undivided unit. The candidates who get elected are to become legislators of their respective states after Telangana is officially formed and announced on 02 June 2014.