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Bhilai, Sep 15: The state government has prepared the best infrastructure of higher education. Wherever there is a need, new colleges have been opened and facilities have also been improved. The government has also opened the doors of employment. Right now the recruitment is being done in Electricity Company, Assistant Professor, Patwari, Police and other departments.
The avenues of additional income have been opened in rural areas through schemes like Godhan Nyay Yojana etc, said Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel while inaugurating the Government Nagrik Kalyan College in Ahiwara on Wednesday. This college was opened in the year 1985 and its new building has been constructed with an investment of Rs 4.83 crore.
On the occasion, Chief Minister said that 10 lakh quintals of vermi compost have been produced in the state. With the efforts of the government, the state is progressing on the path of organic farming and gradually it will acquire a distinct identity in this field.
Chief Minister said that the government has done work for the proper development of all sections along with the farmers. The decision of loan waiver brought great relief to the farmers. Along with this, meaningful efforts were made for the development of the state through schemes like Universal PDS and concession in electricity bills.
Durg District Guardian Minister Mohammad Akbar said that the State Government has provided relief on all matters of basic importance to the general public. The state government is concerned about the development of all sections of the society. He said that whether it is a matter of loan waiver or giving ration to all, the schemes of the government are going to touch everyone’s heart.
On the occasion, PHE Minister Guru Rudra Kumar said that the Chief Minister has given complete Tehsil status to Ahiwara. Bhoomipujan of Nandini – Jamul road has been done and its construction work will commence after October 15. He said that the government is determined to provide basic facilities to all.
Higher Education Minister Umesh Patel said that significant work is being done by the government for higher education. Under the guidance of the Chief Minister, new colleges have been opened as per the requirements of the citizens.
Collector Dr Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure readout the report and informed about the development works being done in Ahiwara. Chief Minister also inaugurated the Circuit House in Ahiwara which has been built at a cost of Rs 1.30 crore.
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