Press Releases

07 October 2020
07-10-2020
07 October 2020

  • Chandigarh October 7: Buoyed with the success of Super-100 programme of the State Government, under which 25 students of Haryana have got admission to IIT this year, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today announced to increase the number of coaching centres under Super-100 programme from two to four. At present two coaching centres are functional in Haryana, one at Panchkula and other at Rewari. The Chief Minister also announced collateral-free loan facility for the students pursuing higher education in the State so as to ensure that education of students does not suffer for the want of money.
  • Mr Manohar Lal was addressing the IITians and their family members at a programme organized here today. Education Minister, Mr Kanwar Pal was also present on this occasion.
  • The Chief Minister said that to avail collateral-free loan through the banks, the student should be a Domicile of Haryana and can avail the facility for pursuing higher education anywhere in the country as well as abroad. He said that to ensure that the student or the family do not feel the burden of loan, the State Government will give guarantee for the same. However, the loan will have to be repaid in installments once the student completes his education and starts earning.
  • While congratulating the students for getting admission to IIT, one of the premier institutes of the Country, he exhorted them not to be self-centric and work for the progress of society, state and country. He said that their success will also inspire other students to perform better and achieve success in their lives.
  • He said that Super-100’ programme was started in 2018 under which centres were established in Rewari and Panchkula. Meritorious underprivileged students of government schools are given coaching in these Centres for admission in premier institutes like IITs. The Government school students who score more than 80 per cent marks in Class 10th are given special coaching for JEE and NEET after going through a written test and special screening process. The expenditure on hostel, food and stationery and other facilities is borne by the State Government.
  • The Chief Minister said that the State Government has created an atmosphere for education in the State. The students are not only being provided quality education but they are given special coaching also so that they can get admission in premier educational institutes of the country. He said that Haryana has taken rapid strides towards enhancement of education in recent years under which special emphasis has been given on girl’s education. An arrangement of one Women College has been made at a distance of every 15 kms in the State, he added.
  • While terming the no-detention policy in education as a big disadvantage for the students, he said that the present State Government has always opposed this system of education. He said that various new reforms have been included in the New Education Policy-2020 which will be in the interest of the students. He said that all the bottlenecks which were creating hindrances in imparting of quality education to students have been removed in the New Education Policy.
  • The Chief Minister said that as a result of the transparent recruitment system adopted by the State Government in the last six years, the interest of students towards education has increased significantly as also their faith towards the functioning of the Government. The present State Government has eliminated corruption, nepotism and regionalism in government jobs that was prevailing in earlier regimes. Apart from this while the interview process in recruitment to Class-III and IV government jobs of Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has been abolished , the marks of interview for the posts filled by Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) has been reduced from 25 per cent to 12.5 per cent to minimize the scope of irregularity in recruitment.
  • Speaking on this occasion, Education Minister, Mr Kanwar Pal said that it is a matter of pride for the State that this year 25 students of Haryana have got admission to IIT. He said that their achievement will also inspire other students of the State to achieve new heights in their life. He also thanked the Chief Minister for increasing the number of coaching centres under the Super-100 programme from two to four.
  • Among those present in the meeting included Additional Chief Secretary, School Education Dr Mahavir Singh, Director, Secondary Education, Mr J. Ganeshan, DGP Mr Manoj Yadava, ADGP CID Mr Alok Mittal, SP Security Mr Pankaj Nain and Adviser, Public Safety, Grievances, Good Governance and Incharge, CM Window Mr Anil Kumar Rao.
     
  • Chandigarh October 7: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today exhorted the newly selected candidates of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and All India Services (AIS) not to remain self-centric and utilize the power of their knowledge and experience in serving the society.
  • Mr Manohar Lal was addressing the newly selected candidates of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and All India Services (AIS) from Haryana here today.
  • Congratulating the officers on their achievement, he said that it is a matter of pride for Haryana that the number of candidates clearing the competitive examinations is increasing every year. Mr Pardeep Singh, the topper of Civil Services Examination-2019 also hails from Haryana, he added.
  • The Chief Minister said that the present State Government has set an example by doing away with the practice of recommending names of Class-III employees for selection to the posts of HCS officers. He said that now applications were invited from all eligible employees of Class III and their selection was made after conducting the written examination through Haryana Public Services Commission (HPSC). Recently, 18 HCS officers were selected in Haryana in a fair and transparent manner, he added.
  • Speaking on this occasion, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), CID Mr Alok Mittal congratulated the newly selected candidates and said that for the last few years, the ranking of candidates from Haryana in various competitive examinations have been consistently improving. Their achievement would certainly motivate other aspiring candidates, he added.
  • In his welcome address, SP Security, Mr Pankaj Nain said that the number of candidates who have cleared the Civil Services Examination this time is much higher as compared to the previous years.
  • Later, Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal honoured the newly selected candidates of Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and All India Services (AIS) from Haryana with mementos.
  • Among those present on this occasion included Additional Chief Secretary, School Education, Dr Mahavir Singh, Director, Secondary Education Mr J. Ganeshan, DGP Mr Manoj Yadava, Adviser, Public Safety, Grievances, Good Governance and Incharge, CM Window Mr Anil Kumar Rao and other senior officers.
     
  • Chandigarh, October 7 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has accorded administrative approval of Rs 51,00,960 for the purchase of 2.2689 acres of land for the construction of road from Bodha to Tangoli via Saini Farm including construction of H.L. bridge on Markanda river in Kurukshetra district.
  • Sharing more information in this regard an official spokesperson said that Chief Minister had announced the construction of road from Bodha to Tangoli via Saini Farm including the construction of H.L. bridge on Markanda River in Kurukshetra district during a public meeting held on December 17, 2016, at Pehowa.
  • He said that 1.23 acre of land from village Bodha and 1.16 acres of land from village Tangoli is required for the construction of proposed link road from Bodha to Tangoli. Apart from this, 0.76 acre land from village Jakhwala is required for construction of Bridge on Markanda River.
  • The spokesman informed that 0.76 acre land of village Jakhwala is Panchayat land and village Panchayat has already passed a resolution for transferring the said land to Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Department free of cost. Besides this, the land in village Bodha and Tangoli belongs to private owners and the land owners of both villages have already uploaded their consent on providing the land on collector rate E-Bhoomi portal.