MP Govt not to privatise polytechnic colleges
Bhopal, Mar 21: The Madhya Pradesh Government today made it clear in the Assembly that it had no intention to privatise government polytechnic colleges.
In a written reply to former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh's question, Technical Education Minister Vijay Shah said a policy existed to motivate the starting private polytechnic colleges.
At present, 42 government polytechnic colleges existed in the state.
New polytechnic colleges were proposed to be opened up in Umaria, Shivpuri, Dindori, Dewas and Sheopur.
Mr Shah informed told Ms Usha Thakur that 18 posts of college registrar were vacant and the process to fill the posts will be completed.
School Education Minister Narottam Mishra told former minister Indrajeet Kumar there was no provision for regularisation of shikshakarmis. The government had taken decision with regards to Provident Fund (PF) deduction of shikshakarmis.
Mr Mishra informed that directions had been issued regarding appointment on sympathetic grounds.
Besides, the report of the D P Dubey Committee regarding designation of the shikshakarmis was under consideration.