Haryana Government: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has spoken under one roof from KG to PG. Addressing a conference, he said that the state government will also bear the education expenses of the children of poor families.
Haryana Education News: If you or your child can do KG to PG from the same institute, then how good it will be. From repeated admission of a child to a good college for Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG), entrance exams can end with many such tensions. Yes, the Haryana government has started work on this, and under the new education policy, Kurukshetra University and Women’s University, Khanpur are preparing to start education from KG level to PG under one roof.
A conference on Education Policy, Self-Employment, and Management was organized by Haryana State Higher Education Council on Saturday, 14 May 2022. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and vice-chancellors of universities along with other officials were present at this two-day conference. While addressing this conference, CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that all the universities of the state should provide education from KG level to post-graduation.
The government will pay fees from KG to PG for the children of a poor families:
CM Khattar said that soon a new scheme will be made under which the government will pay the fees of the children of the families having verified annual income of less than Rs 1.80 lakh. Under the new education policy, MDU, Rohtak, Kurukshetra University, and Women’s University, Khanpur will start the education process under one roof from KG level to PG. Haryana Chief Minister said that the remaining universities of the state should also work at a fast pace to provide education on similar lines so that every youth of the state can get higher education easily under one roof.
What did CM Khattar say on employment?
Haryana CM said that employment-oriented programs should be prepared in universities and computer education should be made compulsory so that the youth in the present era can be connected with technology and become proficient in computers. CM said that running programs related to Rogzar in universities can make it easier to get jobs after completion of studies. He also talked about the integration of the Technology Education and Higher Education Department. The CM said that this would also reduce the unnecessary burden on the government and the youth would be able to get quality technical and high-level education.
The Chief Minister said that emphasis should be laid on making the state universities financially strong and self-sufficient so that they do not depend on government grants. He said that the government hires agencies from outside for the work of advisors and surveys. If such work is given to the universities, then their income will increase.