Haryana Cheif Minister announced openings of 11 new colleges in the state

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Haryana Cheif Minister announced openings of 11 new colleges in the state
Haryana Cheif Minister announced openings of 11 new colleges in the state

Haryana Cheif Minister announced openings of 11 new colleges in the state. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday announced the opening of 11 new colleges in the state. Khattar shared that the at first they plan was to open 10 new colleges, but now eleven would be opened. He announced the setting up of new colleges to function at Government Post Graduate (PG) College, Sector-1, Panchkula. Stating that imparting education is a “great gift”, he said 97 new colleges have been opened in the last five years in the state “while in the last 48 years, only 75 colleges were opened”.

State express hope in NEP 2020:

He shared that the new National Education Policy aims for “universalization of education from pre-school to secondary level with 100 per cent Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in school education by 2030”.

It is also viewed as raising the GER in higher education to 50 percent by 2025, he added. Khattar is confident that through the collaborative efforts of the state government with non-government organizations and the people, Haryana will achieve this goal.

State Government aims for colleges in every 10 km radius:

    Khattar said that on the lines of ‘Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas’, every constituency from Panchkula to Nuh and Jagadhri to Dabwali has a college. Two colleges have been permitted for Baroda falling in Sonipat district, he said. Referring to the menace of female foeticide, he said the ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ campaign was launched from the state over five years ago to combat this problem.“Nurtured with efforts of the government, this campaign made a difference and bore fruitful results with the cooperation of people. At present the gender-ratio has reached 923 which was 871 earlier,” he said.

Recently, speaking on the occasion, Haryana Assembly Speaker and BJP legislator from Panchkula, Gian Chand Gupta, said so far there was no college in the remote hilly region of Morni Hills. Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Pal said a plan has also been made to set up 1,000 playschools in the state. He said the focus is being laid on improving the health and education of children. New colleges will be opened at Morni Hills in Panchkula, Isharwal in Bhiwani, Goriwala in Sirsa, Firozpur Jhirka in Nuh, Chhatar in Jind, Ladna Chaku and Rajaund in Kaithal. New colleges will also be opened at Pratap Nagar in Yamunanagar, Agroha in Hisar and Bhainswal Kalan and Baroda in Sonipat district.

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