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Posted at: Sep 13, 2017, 12:53 AM; last updated: Sep 13, 2017, 12:53 AM (IST)

Employment sub-exchange for Nagrota Bagwan: Bali

Employment sub-exchange for Nagrota Bagwan: Bali
Transport Minister GS Bali crowns Miss Fresher at Government Degree College, Nagrota Bagwan, on Tuesday. Photo: Ashok Raina

Our Correspondent

Kangra, September 12

In view of the increasing unemployment, the state government has decided to open an employment sub-exchange at Nagrota Bagwan. This was stated by Transport, Food and Civil Supplies and Technical Education Minister GS Bali during a function here today.

He distributed sports kits among various youth clubs of Rajiana, Raad, Nagrota Bagwan, Dhaloon and Malan. He said the state government was committed for the development of the sports in the state. He said there would be no financial dearth in the development of sports.

He said the basic sports infrastructure was being strengthened and the funding to youth clubs had been increased from Rs 25,000 to Rs 35,000.

He said emphasis was being laid to provide quality education to the youths and for this dozens of the higher education institutes had been opened. He said during the current tenure of the government, 42 new ITIs, eight polytechnics, four engineering colleges and one pharma college, architecture college and model excellence centre were opened.

He urged youths to switch to technical education and training to have better future. Later, he attended a freshers’ party at Government Degree College, Nagrota Bagwan, organised by the NSUI and gave prizes to the Mr and Miss Fresher.

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