Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Saturday that all universities in the state should make education available from kindergarten level through to graduation. Fighting for quality education under one roof, he said tuition fees for poor children studying at these universities will be paid by the government. The Chief Minister said this during a two-day conference of vice-chancellors of universities here, according to an official statement.
The Education Policy, Self-Employment and Management Conference was organized by the Higher Education Council of Haryana State. Khattar said a new scheme will soon be introduced under which the government will pay the fees of children belonging to families with verified annual income below Rs 1.80 lakh.
As part of the new education policy, the MDU, Rohtak; Kurukshetra and Mahila Vishwavidyalaya University, Khanpur has started providing education from KG to PG level under one roof, Khattar said. The state’s remaining universities should also work at a rapid pace to deliver education on the same model so that every young person in the state has easy access to higher education under one roof, the CM said. Haryana. Khattar said job-oriented programs should be formulated in universities and computer education should be made compulsory so that in the current era of technology, every young person is computer-savvy.
Young people should receive a job-oriented education so that they get a job after completing their studies. He said that the departments of technical education and higher education would be merged to give quality education to young people.
It will also reduce the unnecessary burden on the government and young people will be able to get quality technical and higher education, the CM said. The chief minister said that emphasis should be placed on the financial strength and self-sufficiency of universities in the state so that they are not dependent on government subsidies.
He said that the government hires outside agencies for the work of consultants, investigations. In the future, such works will be donated to universities, he said, adding that it will increase their income.
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