In a major development, Directorate of College Education, Rajasthan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with 5 institutions for quality improvement in education. College Education Commissioner Sandesh Nayak signed these MoUs on behalf of the department. He said that the quality of education remains a pivot in the new education policy. Unless education becomes a matter of concern and efforts, it will be difficult to establish qualitative changes in it, he added.
He also said more than 12 lakh students studying in 332 government and more than 1700 private colleges in the state, has been given voluntary organizations to provide employment skills training, train teachers and pave the way for the development of institutions. The govt is eyeing to bring it together.
On the other hand, the Manav Nirman Sansthan, Jaipur has entered into MoU to prepare the youth for competitive examinations for participation in the implementation of various programs and schemes for character building and institutional development among the youth.
Dr Vinod Bhardwaj, Officer-in-charge of Innovation and Development in the Commissionerate of Operations of the program. During this period, Additional Commissioner of College Education BL Goel and other officials were present.