The Chief Minister stated at the housing review that housing should be prioritised and that all objectives should be met in addition to concentrating on the areas that are falling behind. Building homes in agency regions need to receive special attention. The Jagananna communities ought to have all amenities. According to the officials, homes worth Rs 4,318 crore have already been constructed for the years 2022–2023. The construction would be accelerated after the rain stops. In the first phase, 15.6 lakh and 5.56 lakh homes were approved. The officials stated that there are plans in place to build 70,000 homes gradually, adding that progress on Option 3 is being made more quickly.
The work is finished on TIDCO homes, according to the officials, and they will be dispersed by the end of the month while maintaining quality. They were tasked by the chief minister with raising beneficiary awareness. According to the government, 96,800 people received pattas within 90 days of applying, and more applications are now being processed. The Chief Minister stated during the review of Nadu Nedu that a Special Officer should be appointed to oversee the management of Gurukul schools and hostels for SC, ST, and BC minorities. This oversight should be done along the lines of how MEOs operate, and SOPs should be created in addition to developing an App. The administration, food quality, and accessibility to basic utilities should all be continuously monitored.
The Chief Minister said that focus should be laid on sanitation in the hostels in the second phase and the cosmetics made should be of good quality and steps should be taken to include this in the Vidya Kanuka kits. The quality of food should be improved in all government hostels; the menu should be changed daily, and a proposal to this effect should be given.
All hostels should have internet facilities, and doctors should regularly visit the hostels. An app should be created to monitor this. The Chief Minister emphasized that in the second phase, attention should be given to hostel sanitation and that attempts should be made to include good-quality cosmetics in the Vidya Kanuka kits. All government hostels' food should be of higher quality, and a suggestion should be made to alter the menu every day. Internet access should be available in every hostel, and medical professionals should frequently stop by. He added that openings in hostels should be found and filled and that an app should be made to track this. The officials have provided details on the projects being carried out and the suggestions made under Nadu Nedu, including the provision of restrooms, electrification, drinking water, painting, repairs, and compound walls. He added that vacancies in hostels should be identified and filled up.
In addition to a 55-inch TV, sports equipment, and library books, the officials have provided details about the projects being undertaken and the proposals made under Nadu Nedu, including the provision of toilets, electrification, drinking water, painting, repairs, compound walls, mosquito proofing, furniture, bunk beds, garbage bins, and necessary materials and utensils.
Tribal Welfare Minister and Deputy Chief Minister P. Rajanna Dora, Minister for Municipal and Urban Development A. Suresh, Minister for Housing J. Ramesh, Chief Secretary Sameer Sharma, APSCL Chairman D. Dora Babu, Special Coordinator for Municipal and Urban Development Y. Srilakshmi, Special CS for Revenue G. Sai Prasad, Special CS for Housing A. Jain, Special CS for Energy Department J. Vijayanand, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest