Haryana Government to Recruit 20000 Teachers for Upcoming University in Gurugram

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The Haryana government will set up a university in Gurugram. Recently, Minister for Education Ram Bilas Sharma informed in the state Assembly. Replying to a question in the ongoing monsoon session of the Haryana Assembly, he said, “the work for the university will commence within the current financial year”.

Sharma said, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had announced at a public meeting in Kakrola village in April 2016 that a university would be set up. The Kakrola panchayat has passed a resolution to transfer land, measuring 398 kanal and three marlas for the university in Gurgaon.

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Many state governments are coming up with the proposal of establishing various new institutions. Minister also assured the House that engineering and B.Ed colleges affiliated to Kurukshetra University would not be shifted to any other university in haryana. The Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma also said that 20000 teachers required and will soon be recruited in Haryana as he asserted that the government was “laying special emphasis” on the quality of education in the state.

Gurgaon is now one of the leading IT cities of India. Talking to media persons here, Sharma said the recruitments would be made as part of the steps the state government was taking to improve the standard of education in Haryana.

He said the reforms were being brought in both curriculum as well as the state’s education system. “Shlokas from the Bhagvad Gita have been incorporated in the curriculum to inculcate moral values in school students. Reforms are also being introduced in higher education so that college students may become self-reliant after completing their studies.

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