Friday, January 19, 2018

Proposal to exhibit teacher's photo in classroom

The Haryana Government is considering a proposal to exhibit the photograph of the teacher in the classroom to ensure that the students are taught by their real teacher, not by a proxy.
            Disclosing this at a public meeting in Jind today, the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, said efforts were being made to pace up the process of filling up the vacant posts in government departments. Selection has been made for 35,000 posts and results have already been announced.
        All youths cannot be provided with government jobs but steps are being taken to provide employment and self-employment opportunity to each youth. Companies are making huge capital investments to set up industry in the state, and, in the near future, there would be no shortage of employment for the youth in the state. 
   The Chief Minister said many schemes had been implemented by the Central and the state government for providing employment and self- employment and people must make take full benefit of these schemes. 
           Referring to development, he said all constituencies were being developed equitably. Same amount of money is being provided for the development of all constituencies, even to those which are represented by opposition MLAs. Every constituency has been provided with funds ranging from Rs 150 to Rs 200 crore for executing development works.
          The Transport Minister, Mr Krishan Lal Panwar said that under the able leadership of the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, there has been equitable development in the state.
    In Jind district, development projects to the tune of Rs 200 crore have been completed and more are in the works. He inaugurated four projects costing Rs 25.22 crore, and laid the foundation stone of 11 projects to be constructed at a cost of Rs 128.84 crore in district Jind.
The projects inaugurated included the newly constructed building of the Industrial Training Institute, Julana and Jind, new building of Government College at Alewa, and construction of road from Sisar to Dhakal.
The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of a new bus stand, 33 KV sub stations in Khatkar, Ikkas, Sangatpura, Kabarchha,  road from Budha Khera to Kharak Gagar, Dera Fattu (Muana) to Budha Khera and from Narwana to Gypsum factory, Sewerage Treatment Plant, Jind, Synthetic Athletic Track at Navdeep Stadium, Narwana, and Shaheed Captain Pawan Kumar Regional Centre of Horticultural University in Badhana village.

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