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In its bid to improve the performance of the health and education sectors, the Punjab Government has initiated a process of recruitment of teachers and doctors in the state. Giving this information, the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, said the state government had started the recruitment process and the Education and Health departments had been asked to furnish a detailed report of vacancies.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh inaugurates the Rajesh Pilot Memorial Stadium at Taprian Khurd village, near Balachaur, on Wednesday. Sachin Pilot & swami chetnanandji bhuriwale is also seen in the picture.
— A Tribune photograph
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Teachers, doctors to be recruited: CM
Giving this information, the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, said the state government had started the recruitment process and the Education and Health departments had been asked to furnish a detailed report of vacancies. “We have asked the two departments to send the report as early as possible so that the Cabinet nod for filling vacancies can be taken.”
Capt Amarinder Singh was speaking at a religious function organised in connection with the 113th anniversary of Sant Lal Das Bhuriwale after inaugurating a Rs 15 lakh Rejesh Pilot Memorial Stadium here today.
He said computer education would be made compulsory from Class VI in all government schools from the next academic session. “We want that rural and poor students should not lag behind in education and for this we have decided to introduce computer education in government schools from the next academic session. It will be an effort to bring education standards of rural and urban areas on a par and to enable rural and poor children to compete with others,” said Capt Amarinder Singh, who was accompanied by Mr Sachin Pilot, MP, besides other leaders of the Congress.
Lauding the role of the Maharaj Bhuriwale Garib Das Educational Trust, Capt Amarinder Singh said the Trust was running five colleges, two hospitals and 10 schools in the Balachaur area which was a big contribution towards the development of people of this backward area. He assured that Maharaj Bhuriwale Girls College at Garhi Maneswal in Garshankar would be taken under government control soon and that a ‘pucca’ road would be constructed to link the college at Tibba Nangal with Rattewal. He also announced a Rs 15 lakh grant for the Trust.
Mr Sachin Pilot urged people to contribute towards the development of the state. “The government effort for development is never complete without people’s active cooperation. We need to bring young people forward for this and it is possible since half of the population of the country comprises people below age of 30,” he said.