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6 crore to be spent on government college building in Kolayat

Higher education minister laid foundation stone and land worship

6 crore to be spent on government college building in Kolayat

Bikaner, 10 October. On Thursday, Minister of State for Higher Education Bhanwar Singh Bhati laid the foundation stone of the Government College Building at Kolayat and participated in the Bhoomi Pujan program.
On this occasion, he said that the state government has approved spending 6 crore rupees for the construction of government college building in Kolayat. With the formation of the college, new opportunities and environment of education will be created for the surrounding area.This college will be established as a big educational support for the students of the area. He said that with this amount, various construction works will be done including entrance hall, porch, office room, corridor, stairs, stage, 6 class rooms on the ground floor and laboratory computer lab, staff room on the first floor.

He said that education is the first step of development. Until now, Kolayat was backward in the field of education, but this initiative taken in the field of higher education will benefit the younger generation. He appealed to the people of the area to provide maximum education to their children. He said that the state government has announced the opening of 50 new government colleges in the state this year. Presently these colleges are running temporarily, construction of buildings will be started soon for all the colleges. Sarpanch Devi Singh Bhati said that with the efforts of the Minister of State, Rs 1 crore will be spent on the beautification of Kapil Sarovar. He said that tubewells have been built at a cost of Rs 56 lakh in Scheduled Caste majority neighborhood and Rs 3 crore has been approved for drinking water at the headquarters.

On this occasion, Assistant Director College of Education Rakesh Harsh said that in the coming time, new faculty and subjects will also be started as per the requirement of the students. Dungar College Principal Dr. Satish Kaushik said that the construction of colleges in Kolayat will also promote girl education. PTET in-charge Dr GP Singh said that Dungar College has successfully carried out the responsibility of conducting PTET exam this year. 21 crore was received from this examination out of which 16 crore was deposited to the state government.
The minister also handed over the lease of 11 bighas of land for the Girls High Secondary School of Kolayat on Marh Road to the principal of the school. On this occasion, there was a demand to build a stadium in Kolayat and to improve medical facilities. Kolayat Sarpanch Dev Singh Bhati, Kotdi Sarpanch Sunayna, Subdivision Officer Pradeep Chahar, Assistant Director of College Education Dr. Rakesh Harsh, Ruparam Meghwal, Gurh Sarpanch Shaitan Singh Series, Dr. GP Singh, Bhagirath Tetarwal, Tehsildar Kolayat Hanuman Singh Dewal, Vikas Officers Dinesh Bhati, Deputy Superintendent of Police Om Prakash Chaudhary, Kishore Singh, Mahendra Sethia, Purnaram Chauhan, Maharaj Ashokanand and Bangnath were present.

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