New Coordination Committees from erstwhile Telangana Rural Coordination Committee

From the last two months, Telangana Rural Coordination committee (TRCC) has taken a new shape to form 7 Coordination committees comprising the entire Telangana State. These Coordination committtes will be directly reporting to the Executive committee (EC) of Swecha. The following is the list of 7 Coordination Committee along with the geographical borders:

1. Paleru సమన్వయ పరిది

2. Kinnerasani సమన్వయ పరిది

3. Medaram సమన్వయ పరిది

4. Kakatiya సమన్వయ పరిది

5. Maneru సమన్వయ పరిది

6. Praanahitha సమన్వయ పరిది

7. Padamata (West) సమన్వయ పరిది

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Adding to the above as was explained by @Sudhamsh in other group the parameters for these boundaries above are as follows

  1. Cultural borders
  2. Market borders
  3. Cadre presence
  4. Travel ease with in a coordination committee.

We can see a very neat explanation of the functioning of these committees at Method of Working in Coordination Committee :ok_hand:

As anyone can observe Hyderabad and its surrounding regions are missing from the map. It would be very nice if the Urban group ( TUCC) joins the umbrella and makes the Telangana state complete.

Some of the primary advantages for that proposal are

  • Completeness of T state.
  • Sharing of resources.
  • Increase in solidarity and bonding among diverse regions.