Ranchi, June 14: Laying stress on women’s empowerment, Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday said that his government is committed to impart quality technical and higher education by opening many colleges.
Moreover, foundation for three medical colleges, which are scheduled to be opened in Daltonganj, Hazaribagh and Dumka respectively, will be laid in July.
The CM said this while addressing a large gathering on the occasion of laying foundation stone of Rajkiya Women Engineering College at Ramgarh and inauguration of Rajkiya Polytechnic, Gola.
He said that in the near future, renowned private universities of the nation will be given chance to open universities in the state.
It was said that three private universities will be given LOI and Amity University will take admission from this year.
He repeated the government’s commitment to open 100 new degree colleges, polytechnics and engineering colleges. He said that the govt. has opened four private universities which include Sports and Raksha Shakti University.
Praising the Ramgarh MP and MLA for their endeavors for development, the CM said that Self Help Group will be made from the women by developing their skills in knitting and sewing.
He summoned individuals with innovative ideas to contact the government with their ideas. He announced a reward of Rs. 21,000 for an innovative idea selected by the government.
Ten percent value will be given to candidates pass out from Raksha Shakti University at the time of appointment in police.
The students will also be considered for appointment of JISF to be deployed in various industrial areas after appointment in place of CISF.
He said that the proposed Rajkiya Women Engineering College at Ramgarh will be built in two years with the investment of Rs. 400 crore on a 17-acre plot.
Drinking Water and Sanitation Minister C. P. Choudhary, Higher and Technical Education secretary Ajay Kr. Singh, DC and SP Ramgarh were present on this occasion.