Andhra Pradesh Residential School, Sarvail
Telangana state Residential School, Sarvail is the first residential school set up by a state government in India. The school was established in 1971 by the [[Andhra Pradesh]now Telangana state] state government in the small village of Sarvail in Nalgonda District.
The former Prime Minister of India, P.V. Narasimha Rao and the benevolence of Sarvodaya leader, Maddi Narayana Reddy, led to the donation of 44 acres of land for the school. "It was a place for thousands of parents in this economically and educationally backward region to look forward to educating their children," recalls Chukka Ramaiah, noted academic and MLC.
- maddi narayana reddy
- Bhagat singh
- First principal: Sri. P.V. Adinarayan sastry 1971-1976.
- Second principal: Sri. D. Damodar 1976-1977
- Third principal: Sri.Sreenivasa Reddy-1977.
- V.V Sathya Narayan Rao
- Shyam Sunder
- Sri. Venkata Narsaiah (1994 -1997 )
- Sri. C.S.Prasad
- Sri. N. Balabrahma Chary (23rd principal)
- Sri. Prabhakar Reddy
- Sri Achary (Principal-in-charge)
- Sri. Upendar Reddy(FAC)(present)