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The Rajasthan government today said that a new plan will be drafted for the development of higher education institutions in the state, particularly engineering colleges. There should be at least five to six world-class engineering colleges to provide better education to students of the state, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje said at a meeting of the CM's Advisory Council here. Raje asked officers to prepare a road map for this. She also called upon the youth to play a constructive role in the development of the state. The state government wants to develop a 'Challenge for Change' platform for the people and to provide solutions to various challenges, Raje said. The council's members gave presentations to improve higher and technical education, and on digitisation, health care, art and culture among others.
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