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Mapping of schools, colleges being done to open new ones: CM

Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said to improve education system in the mapping of schools and colleges was being done and more such institutes would be opened if required.

The mapping shall be completed by the month of January and wherever required, more schools and colleges would be opened, he said.



The Chief Minister was speaking after laying foundation stone of 'Kamdhenu Arogya Sansthan' at village Bissar Akbarpur in the Nuh district today, said an official release.

He said the Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao scheme was being implemented in the state on priority basis and the government was taking prompt action for further improvement in the field of education.

It was focusing on opening new schools, appointing teachers and providing good education to children, the release said.

Khattar said transportation facility would be provided to children of those villages where there is no school up to classes X and XII, so that they can go to nearby schools in other villages.

Regarding the demand for inclusion of Taoru area in Gurugram and upgrading the school at village Bissar Akbarpur from Class VIII to senior secondary level, the CM said the decision in this regard would be taken in the proposed public meeting to be held in Taoru in January.

He urged the people to bring up indigenous variety of cow as it is the symbol of economic progress of the state.

The CM said that grant ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 per cow was being provided to persons who set up dairy with five to ten cows.

He said cow milk plant has been set up in Kurukshetra and the indigenous cows' milk products made in the plant are being sold in the country.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The mapping shall be completed by the month of January and wherever required, more schools and colleges would be opened, he said.

The Chief Minister was speaking after laying foundation stone of 'Kamdhenu Arogya Sansthan' at village Bissar Akbarpur in the Nuh district today, said an official release.

He said the Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao scheme was being implemented in the state on priority basis and the government was taking prompt action for further improvement in the field of education.

It was focusing on opening new schools, appointing teachers and providing good education to children, the release said.

Khattar said transportation facility would be provided to children of those villages where there is no school up to classes X and XII, so that they can go to nearby schools in other villages.

Regarding the demand for inclusion of Taoru area in Gurugram and upgrading the school at village Bissar Akbarpur from Class VIII to senior secondary level, the CM said the decision in this regard would be taken in the proposed public meeting to be held in Taoru in January.

He urged the people to bring up indigenous variety of cow as it is the symbol of economic progress of the state.

The CM said that grant ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 per cow was being provided to persons who set up dairy with five to ten cows.

He said cow milk plant has been set up in Kurukshetra and the indigenous cows' milk products made in the plant are being sold in the country.

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Mapping of schools, colleges being done to open new ones: CM

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said to improve education system in the mapping of schools and colleges was being done and more such institutes would be opened if required.

The mapping shall be completed by the month of January and wherever required, more schools and colleges would be opened, he said.

The Chief Minister was speaking after laying foundation stone of 'Kamdhenu Arogya Sansthan' at village Bissar Akbarpur in the Nuh district today, said an official release.

He said the Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao scheme was being implemented in the state on priority basis and the government was taking prompt action for further improvement in the field of education.

It was focusing on opening new schools, appointing teachers and providing good education to children, the release said.

Khattar said transportation facility would be provided to children of those villages where there is no school up to classes X and XII, so that they can go to nearby schools in other villages.

Regarding the demand for inclusion of Taoru area in Gurugram and upgrading the school at village Bissar Akbarpur from Class VIII to senior secondary level, the CM said the decision in this regard would be taken in the proposed public meeting to be held in Taoru in January.

He urged the people to bring up indigenous variety of cow as it is the symbol of economic progress of the state.

The CM said that grant ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 per cow was being provided to persons who set up dairy with five to ten cows.

He said cow milk plant has been set up in Kurukshetra and the indigenous cows' milk products made in the plant are being sold in the country.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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