Rohtak, Jul 6 (UNI) The Haryana Government is all set to make education fully employment oriented by bringing about radical changes in the system of education.
To improve quality of education, the government has taken a number of new initiatives which are being emulated by the other states of the country, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said here today while redressing the grievances of the public.
He directed the officers of the district administration to complete all the ongoing development projects in the district at the earliest, as the interests of the common people were directly linked with these projects.
He asserted that high level technical institutions would be set up in the education city being set up at Kundli in Sonepat district. As many as 25 per cent seats in the city would be reserved for the youth of Haryana.
Besides, the Union Government had also sanctioned an IIM for the state and 165 acres of land had already been earmarked for this prestigious institute at village Garnavathi in the district. It would cost Rs 250 crore and land would be provided free of cost by the government, he added.
He said that special stress was being laid on technical education by the government so that youth of the state do not have to run from pillar to post in quest of jobs after completing their studies.
He said that Haryana was among the best financially managed states in the country. It was ranked first in per capita investment and next to Goa in per capita income. It had fixed highest minimum wages at Rs 3510 per month, he added.
Later, the Chief Minister visited the Baba Mast Nath Education institute and paid his obeisance to Baba Mast Nath and laid a covering over his tomb.
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