Education Minister Rohit Thakur has said that the state government is spending Rs 361 crore this year to promote technical education in the state.
Rohit Thakur was speaking on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of Aajeevika Bhawan to be constructed at Jabul Navarkot Khaye at a cost of Rs 10 crore 44 lakh.
On this occasion, he said that technical education will be promoted in Jabul Navarkot Khaye assembly constituency. He said that ITI dubber, technical institute Pragati Nagar and ITI ticker will be started by modern trade so that the means of employment and self-employment are available to the youth. By getting them done, they can be made self-sufficient.
Later, the Education Minister also inaugurated the Thana Panchayat and assured to strengthen the road system in the area. He said that the roads in the area will be strengthened so that farmers do not face any inconvenience in taking their produce to the mandis.
Rohit Thakur said that the state government is making continuous efforts for the welfare of gardeners and small farmers will be provided relief through universal carton. He also said that an area of Jubal Kot has immense tourism potential and the area is being developed from this point of view.