Haryana to upgrade laboratories in polytechnic institutions

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Chandigarh, October 13 – Haryana Government will upgrade the laboratories of all government polytechnic institutions in the State in the Swarna Jayanti Year to enable the students to get placement in multinational companies by acquainting them with the latest techniques.

This was stated by Education Minister, Ram Bilas Sharma, who was presiding over a review meeting with officers of Education, Technical Education, Tourism, Archaeology and Museums and Hospitality departments here today. He directed the officers to take the CM announcements on priority basis and complete the works at the earliest.

The officers of the Education department informed that construction work of buildings of five new colleges in the State had been completed. Besides, administrative approval has been granted for six other colleges, the construction of which would soon begin. The Education Minister was also apprised that the new Teachers’ transfer Policy of the State Government was being appreciated by the teachers.

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Officers of the Tourism department informed the Minister that work on all CM announcements related to the department was being carried out at a rapid pace. They also gave detailed information regarding status of improvement and restoration work being carried out on Tilyar Lake and Myna Tourism Complex in Rohtak and other projects.

Those present on this occasion included Additional Chief Secretary, Archaeology and Museums, Shashi Bala Gulati, Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Anil Malik, Principal Secretary, Tourism, Dr. Abhilaksh Likhi, Director-cum-Special Secretary, Technical Education, Dr. Saket Kumar, Managing Director, Haryana Tourism Development Corporation, Sameer Pal Srow, Director, Higher Education, Vikas Yadav, Director, School Education, C.G. Rajini Kaanthan and other senior officers.

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