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Union minister of state for IT Sachin Pilot said only education is changing youths of the country who are now emerging in every field across the world. It is now time to tag IT along with education to improve the GDP so that the youths can help the farmer population to gain benefit out of the sector, Pilot said addressing an inaugural function of the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education's auditorium here on Tuesday, 7th August, 2012. "Only education could improve things which are still lacking. The government is doing its best to provide facilities and budget for these programs but it depends on the youths to utilize them," the minister said.
State education minister Brij Kishore Sharma, who presided over the function, said, "It is a misconception that under right to education, no student will be allowed to fail up to Class VII. The fact is that teachers are instructed to evaluate the student's everyday activities - from coming to school on time to behaving in class - and prepare a monthly report on it. This will not only give the right perspective of their academic development but also show their personality improvement." Pilot also attended the unveiling of a postage stamp on Durga Parsad Choudhary.
Speaking on the occasion, he said, "Lives of freedom fighters are like lamp posts; they illuminate and guide society in the right direction. Their sacrifices during the freedom struggle movement have left imprints on our society acting as landmarks in our social life." Union minister of state for tribal development Mahadev Singh Khandela also attended the function. Briefing on the life of Captain Durga Parsad Choudhary, his son Deenbandhu Chaudhary said, "He is the one who had never thought of his sufferings. Words of Gandhi were the final verdict for him. He went to jail many times for freedom struggle. Mahatma Gandhi called him Captain when he constituted the Sewadal in Ajmer."
Courtesy: Times of India
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