To empower authorities college college students to clear aggressive exams and get jobs in personal sector
As big investments have been made on residential faculties for SCs/STs, minorities and OBCs, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai stated the federal government will come out with a coverage for bettering the standard of training in these faculties to empower college students to compete for programs in increased training and get jobs within the personal sector.
Coining ‘three Es’ for upliftment of weaker sections, he stated ‘training, employment and empowerment’ are conditions for social and financial enchancment of individuals belonging to SC/ST, minorities and OBC classes.
Talking at a operate to mark the start anniversary of former chief minister Devaraj Urs, in Banquet Corridor of the State secretariat on August 20, Mr. Bommai stated particular programmes can be launched to spice up confidence of scholars in residential faculties to seem for NEET, CET and different aggressive exams for increased training as wells for jobs within the personal sector.
Efforts must be made to offer good high quality of training within the residential faculties on the traces of CBSE faculties, the Chief Minister stated.
The federal government would begin three faculties for nomadic kids this yr. A sum of ₹6 crore has been put aside for building of two faculties. Karnataka already has 4 such faculties and two have their very own buildings, he stated.
Member of Parliament P.C. Mohan, Minister for Social Welfare and Backward Courses Kota Srinivas Poojary and Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai pay tributes to former chief minister D. Devaraj Urs on his start anniversary, in Bengaluru on August 20, 2021.
Noting the contributions of Devaraj Urs throughout the unification and progress of the State, Mr. Bommai stated the federal government has been offering scholarships price ₹625 crore yearly for college students of SC/STs, minorities and OBCs for pursuing increased training.
Devaraj Urs was the primary chief in Karnataka to introduce social engineering and nurtured leaders in several communities, the Chief Minister stated.
Mr. Bommai introduced Devaraj Urs Award to Basavaprabhu Lakhangowda Patil of Athani in Belagavi district, S.G. Susheelamma of Sumangali Seva Ashrama, Bengaluru, and Ok. Bhaskar Das of Yekkar in Dakshina Kannada district for 2019–20, 2020–21, and 2021–22, respectively, for his or her work for the welfare of the downtrodden and the poor.
Minister for Social Welfare and Backward Courses Kota Srinivas Poojary, MP P.C. Mohan and different dignitaries attended the programme, which was organised by the Social Welfare Division.
Earlier, Mr Bommai and different leaders paid floral tributes to Devaraj Urs on the State secretariat.