Dhan Singh Rawat said, one teacher will teach 40 students in colleges

Higher Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat took review meeting of Directorate of Higher Education. In which the officials were instructed to run the academic session under the new education policy from the next session. Also said that one teacher would teach 40 students in colleges to provide quality education.

In a meeting held in the Directorate of Higher Education, Gaulapar on Tuesday, Dr. Rawat said that the fees of the students should be of their use. He issued orders for early appointment on vacant posts and asked to prepare proposals for increase in posts at Directorate level. Also expressed displeasure over the delay in transfer of land in newly created colleges and ordered to complete the process of land transfer at the earliest.

If you leave the promotion, you will not get a chance again:
Minister Dr. Rawat said that the teacher who gives up the promotion will not be given another chance. He asked to fill the vacant posts of third class from out source and also instructed to follow the transfer policy honestly. Director Higher Education Dr. SK Sharma, Joint Director Dr. AS Uniyal, Deputy Director Dr. RS Bhakuni, Deputy Director Dr. Rajiv Ratan, Assistant Director Dr. Govind Pathak, Dr. Prem Prakash etc. were present in the meeting.

Medical Education Minister inspected STH:
Medical Education Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, who arrived to attend the BJP’s State Working Committee meeting, inspected Dr. Sushila Tiwari Hospital on the night of June 6. After this, on June 7, a meeting of doctors was taken during the day and listened to the problems. Dr. Rawat inquired about the condition of the patients at night. Learn about treatment. Along with this, Principal Prof. Directed by Arun Joshi. After this, in the meeting held in the college auditorium, Dr. Rawat gave instructions to complete the unfinished works. The college administration requested to abolish the bond. On this, Rawat said that the government will consider it.

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