While education provides knowledge, skill development empowers youth with techniques to apply this knowledge in practical world. Realizing its significance for shaping professional careers, Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje laid great stress on Skill development in last 2 years. Her efforts showed colours when Rajasthan bagged the first prize in skill development, twice in a row. Keeping this spirit alive, CM Raje inspired youths and encouraged them to perform better this Friday. The occasion was oath-taking ceremony of student union at government PG college, Jhalawar.
CM Made an Attempt to Link Education with ITI training and Skill Development
Stressing on the importance of skill development for youth, Raje laid down her plans in this direction. Government plans to establish two Singapore-style university– Centre of Excellence and Institute of Hotel Management in Jhalawar and Fruit Craft Institute in Baran. According to CM Raje, government has made this move to make youths independent and create more employment opportunities for the state.
“I’m positive that after completing their formal education, the empowered youths will make all of us proud”, she said in Jhalawar. Government has invested an amount of Rs. 30 lakh to minimise any inconvenience cause to the students. Authorities will also attempt to construct 4-lane highways with a budget of Rs. 81 crore.
CM Offered a Scholarship worth Rs. 3 Lakh to Ishwar Singh
CM Raje rewarded a class 12th student, Ishwar Singh with Rs. 3 Lakh under Bhamashah Sahayata Rashi. The government accepted his request for handicapped pension and free treatment since Ishwar underwent an accidental injury caused by electric shock.
CM Proposed a New Diploma Course in Veterinary Sciences
CM Raje laid down the foundation of a new diploma course in Veterinary Sciences in Animal Research Centre in Jhalawar. To promote road connectivity, she allotted a budget of Rs. 33 crores for construction of 25-kilometre long roads.
She took this opportunity to familiarize the youth about her ambitious water-savvy policy– Mukhyamantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyan. Till date, about Rs. 12.86 lakh crores were collected from crowd funding. This money would be allotted to different districts in Rajasthan for construction of water reservoirs and tanks. Earlier, Jhalawar was infamous as drought-stricken state, however now, many areas feature lush greenery, following successful completion of MJSA phase I.
She announced next global agritech meet (GRAM) in Kota so that more number of farmers can get acquainted with recent agricultural technologies and animal husbandry practices. She announced new CC roads in Sitamau (worth 127 crore) and Dudhaliya (worth 39.13 crore) to improve road connectivity. She plans to erect a dam on Chachorni River so as to solve water crisis prevailing in this region.
She also directed local MLA Ramchandra Sunarival to set up an Veterinary science clinic and institute in Jhalawar so that villagers can get quality medical treatment for their animals.
All in all, the CM killed two birds with a single stone– Resolved issues related to water scarcity, agricultural and animal husbandry as well as made efforts to promote quality education and skill development in Jhalawar.