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Haryana Education minister, Geeta Bhukkal said on Monday 23rd July, 2012 that Haryana will be the first state of the country to initiate vocational courses for the students at school level along with academic course. She said that as a pilot project, vocational courses would be started in 40 Government Senior Secondary Schools of the State. She said that the level of school education in Haryana is constantly rising under which these vocational courses would be made available to the students of class IX to class XII.
She said that these vocational courses would enhance employment opportunities for the students. Bhukkal said that Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda had recently announced to open Government College for Women at village Bahu and executing his directions the department would start its classes in the campus of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Bahu from August 1. Bhukkal said that the state government has already placed the orders to provide dual desks amounting to 100 crore for sitting arrangement of the students in all the government schools of the state. She said that 20,000 dual desks are being provided in the schools. She said that dual desks would be ensured to every student in the government school so as to prevent them from sitting on the ground. All formalities have been completed to initially start State Level Teacher Training Institute, district Jhajjar in the campus of local model school from next academic session and process is on for recruitment of staff, she added.
Courtesy: Times of India
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