Member Legislative Assembly (MLA) Ramnagar Ranbir Singh Pathania said that sanctioned Degree College at Majalta will be developed as Model Degree College. He stated this while addressing a gathering at Khoon. Pathania informed that firstly the college will be made operational from a ‘make-shift/temporary location’ and then land will be selected and a full-fledged building will be erected thereupon. He further stated that with the active support from Union and State Governments, he will develop and nurture this sanctioned Degree College as a ‘Model Degree College’ with all the modern facilities including well equipped laboratories, library, and computer labs. He further announced that admission process in this college will start from today itself and the classes will commence from July 20. Pertinent to mention here that the sanctioned Degree College at Majalta will feed pass-outs of as many as 10 Higher Secondary Schools and five Tehsils. Pathania had vociferously raised the issue during the last as well as current Assembly sessions and DDB meetings too. He had also initiated a tehsil-wide signature campaign in support of the overweening public demand. “I tried my level best to raise all the issues concerning the public be it shortage of teaching staff, shortage of staff in health institutes, plight of roads especially Ramnagar-Rown road, issues of artisans and weavers, electricity and water issues, salary and wage issues of SPOs, ReTs, daily wagers and other day to day issues which are still haunting the public despite fables of all round development of Ramnagar constituency being floated by various politicians”, he added. “I believe in delivering rather than boasting and Degree College at Majalta is just a one milestone on the path of development. I am committed to the all-round development of the Ramnagar constituency and many more developmental projects for development of Ramnagar constituency are in offing”, he stated. Among others present were Bishan Das, Mandal Pradhan, Capt Gopal Singh, Dr BD Gupta, Mohan Lal, Kuldip Singh, Romesh Chander, Chain Singh, Raghubir Singh, Sarpanches, Kirpal Singh, Rattan Chand, Makhan Lal, Durga Das, Shivdarshan Singh, etc.
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