Two Colleges of Architecture in the state is historic decision : Vibodh
“Takes stock of developmental activities in Muradpur”
MLC Rajouri Advocate Vibodh Gupta, along with Officers of the Power Development Department and his party activists, visited the Muradpur area, continuing with a mission to reach to every common man of the area, to address the grievances of the public.
Gupta along with the Executive Engineer PWD (R&B) Er. Sadiq Wani along with concerned AEEs & JEs held series of meetings, besides meeting deputations in Muradpur, Dharwali Bowli & Bathuni area and listened the grievances and problems being faced by the Public. Gupta was told by the public that road connectivity in the hilly region, is still lacking in the interior of the Villages, causing inconvenience to the general public. Gupta said that 40 nos of roads under District plan against an estimated cost of 46 crores is under progress in Rajouri Constituency, whereas 3 no. of Bridges under CRF against Estimated cost of Rs. 28.00 crores, have been sanctioned in Rajouri Constituency, besides no. of Culverts, which shall enhance the Connectivity in the Region. Under Macadamization most of the roads are being blacktopped. Public of the area also raised the issue of the exaggerated Bills, from PDD Department. Gupta assured them for constitution of committee, which shall verify the Bills. Gupta assured the public for redressal of their problems shortly and intimated that Rs.1.00 crores shall be provided for the Augmentation and up-gradation of Power Sector in the District.
Gupta while interacting with the Media and Public regarding New colleges and Up-gradation of Schools, he said that the present coalition Government is committed for imparting quality education and development of educational infrastructure with provision of latest technical expertise to teaching community, for which steps have already been taken at ground level. Gupta welcomed the decision of the Cabinet and State Coalition Government, for creation of 17 new colleges in the state, Up-gradation of 400 government schools— 200 middle schools and 200 high schools— to their next level with the Creation of 8200 teachers’ posts for these colleges and schools.
Gupta said that shortly identification of Schools shall be started for up-gradation as per the feasibility and the selections of the schools shall be on merit. Gupta said that this decision shall also serve the opportunity of employment to the youth of the state, as 2800 posts for teaching and non-teaching staff have been approved for middle schools that will be upgraded to the level of high schools, 5400 posts have been approved for high schools that will be upgraded to higher secondary level, he said. He informed that the up gradation of schools will cost the government Rs 383 crore in the new budget, whereas an amount of Rs 15 crore has been approved for construction of each college besides the approval of annual recurring grants to the tune of Rs 1 crore as salary component for each college.
Gupta also said that the Establishment of Two Colleges of Architecture is a historic decision of the coalition Government and the best opportunity for the young talent.
Gupta said that he has adopted one School HSS Boys Rajouri and feels happy while interacting with students and enquiring about their needs and aspiration with regard to available facilities, syllabus and formulation of new Educational Policy, so that they could stand with the Students of Private Institutions of the State. He said that contribution in education sector is the major contribution and all stakeholders should join their hands to improve the Educational System. Gupta said that the teachers should take students outside the traditional classrooms to help them, for acquiring knowledge practically.
He urged the teaching community to come forward and share the social responsibility of transforming the society by giving their best by working with dedication and co-operation so that a new educational system is evolved, only then the creation of Colleges and up-gradation of Schools can be beneficial to the society. He said that steps are being taken by the District administration for making Government schools attractive for the children, so that the education sector can became an engine for growth and development of entire society.
At last Public of the area thanked Gupta, for his efforts in sanctioning and installation of 50 MVA Transformer, which shall further reduce the Curtailment in power. They also thanked for sanction of Bridge, which shall connect the Batalamang and Thudi area and a way to Medical College, giving a short passage to kalakote area as well.
Prominent citizens present among others, Sr. Leader and social Activist Kamal bakshi, Ranjeet Tara, Ex-Sarpanch Muradpur Bhau Ram Sharma, Rakesh Pandit,Rakesh Sharma and others.