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Shaping students as future resources a must: CM

Shaping students as future resources a must: CM

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Aug 2017 12:00 AM GMT

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<p><strong>Appointment letters to lecturers of Deendayal Upadhaye model colleges </strong></p>

<p>GUWAHATI, August 4: “The students must be shaped as resources for the future of society with quality education and for that a holistic academic environment has to be provided. People of the state must take reasobility to make Assam one of the best states of the country and this can be achieved only through quality education. For creating a conducive environment to nurture the young students, the teachers have to play an important role so that students can establish themselves as able citizens and contribute meaningfully to the society” Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal on Friday said while distributing appointment letters to the newly recruited principals and lecturers of Pandit Deendayal Upadhaye Adarsha Mahavidyalayas at a programme organized by the Higher Education Department at Jata Bhawan.     <br />

Saying that qualitative aspect of the education system could not be strengthened due to lack of dedication, Sonowal stated that strong steps initiated by the Education Department must be made successful for achieving transformation of the whole system and for making it appealing to the young generation. He also said that through hard-work, determition and sincerity people should make Assam one of the best states in the country and glowing example of dedicated service to society exemplified by Pandit Deendayal Upadhaya would keep inspiring the future generations. <br />

Sonowal also called on the teachers to educate their students about the great persolities associated with their institutions and their contributions so that they can draw inspiration from these examples. He cited reference to B Barua College where many students might not realize the contribution of Bhubaneswar Baruah after whom the institute is med. Therefore, the teachers must fulfill their responsibility of educating the students about the history of their institutes, he said.    <br />

Saying that teachers must inspire the brilliant students to remain in the state and serve the society, Sonowal remarked that Assam is deprived of the services of its meritorious students who go outside the state in large numbers.   <br />

Speaking at the meeting Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated that from now onwards people do not need to set up educatiol institutes as the government would establish such institutes wherever they are needed.  Informing that 12 Pandit Deendayal Upadhaye Adarsha Mahavidyalayas have been set up in the state, Sarma said that the Central Government would provide Rs 4 crore to each institute where an amount of Rs 7 crore has been released by the State Government. He also said that State Government is planning to open 300 more such institutes in the State and that complete transparency has been maintained in recruitment of the teachers for these institutes.   <br />


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