New Delhi, Jun 19 (UNI) Haryana was witnessing fast development in the field of education as world class institutions are being set up in the state, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh said today.
Citing the example of setting up of an IIM at village Garnavadi of Rohtak, Mr Hooda said the economic and educational infrastructure of the state was developing rapidly which was a good sign for younger generation.
While interacting with the advocates at Rohtak, Mr Hooda said the industrial development of the state was at its peak and Haryana would soon occupy an important place in the field of education and employment.
The youth of the state would not have to search for jobs as Management and Engneering institutions offered campus placements that would provide them with better job opportunities.
Ranking at the number one position in the per capita investment, Haryana would never have any shortage of employment, he said, adding he had met many a talented youth of Haryana during his foreign tours, who had made a place for themselves at national as well as international level.
Mr Hooda exhorted the young advocates to keep themselves abreast with the latest happenings in their field as it was essential to be well informed in this era of Information Technology.
He suggested for setting up a modernised and computerised library in the Court premises.
Earlier, while hearing the grievances of the people, he directed the officers concerned to resolve their problems immediately.
The Chief Minister also held a review meeting with the senior officers of the district. He directed them to speed up the development works of their respective department in view of the present emerging developmental picture of Rohtak.
He reviewed each and every department and gave necessary directions. He directed HUDA administrator Suprabha Dahiya to develop the land adjoining Jhajjar road bye-pass and Canal into a park.
The chief minister also accorded approval to the ambitious scheme for the connecting road of Bhiwani and Jhajjar and asked the officers to regularly submit the report on developmental works of various villages of the district.
''Undoubtedly Rohtak would develop as a metro city in the next four to five years, but it should be ensured that the city has a planned development. The schemes would be implemented keeping in view the future requirements,'' he said.
He gave direction to hand over the work of maintenance and cleanliness of all the parks including the main Mansarovar Park to HUDA.
He said mass plantation of trees should be carried out to maintain the ecological balance in the city and urged HUDA to increase the target of its plantation drive by 60 to 70 thousand saplings.
Mr Hooda directed the Public Health Department to prevent the situation of water logging in the city and carry out the work of cleaning the drains. The officers of power department should also ensure uninterrupted power supply especially to farmers, he said.
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