Bhopal, Jan 7 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh Government today decided to authorise the Bhopal Collector to transfer 154-acre land in Pipaliya Pende Khan village which was earmarked for establishment of All India Institute of Medical Sciences to the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry.
The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here today.
The Cabinet has sanctioned the creation of 10,691 posts for upgrading 1,990 schools under the Education Department. For this purpose, an amount to the tune of Rs 107.45 crore has also been sanctioned, according to an official release here.
Besides, 790 posts had been sanctioned for upgrading 185 excellence schools, 883 posts for upgrading 883 primary schools to middle schools, 6,633 posts for upgrading 787 middle schools and 2,405 posts would be created for upgrading 185 high schools to higher secondary schools.
The CVabinet had decided to upgrade 56 primary health centres to 30-bed community health centres, 50 sub-health centres to primary health centres and establishment of 16 new sub-health centres under the Public Health and Family Welfare Department. For these centres, creation of 1,446 posts has also been approved.
The Cabinet gave sanction to create 682 posts for extension and modernisation of Prosecution Directorate under the Home Department.
It had also approved the creation of new posts for appointment of two new members to Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Authority.
The Cabinet had also given administrative sanction of Rs 18,306.55 lakh for Upper Kokta dam project of Shivpuri-Sheopur districts and expenditure on the project as well as fund release, the release added.
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