The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, announced slew of plans, targeting the minorities of the state. He announced plethora of new projects which will completely rehash the entire minority education infrastructure.
The Maharashtra Government is mulling on the idea of starting a polytechnic college and a senior college in Urdu medium and putting Urdu as an optional language in schools. The State government will transform these plans into reality with an objective of corking the soaring dropout rates of the students in the state.
In a milieu of several eminent personalities, Fadnavis asked for new ideas which will develop the minority education scenario of the state and assured of financial backup to turn the idea into a reality. He also stressed on the fact of building good human resource, as India will be the major factory of human resource in the 21st century. English, Science will soon be a part of the madrasas curriculum, Fadnavis assured.
Other speakers also tabled the idea of skill development for minority students and have also asked for apt career counselling, to help the students to navigate their career in a proper way.
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