Polytechnic institutions should pave the way for building a better India – Ashish Patel

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Technical Education Minister Ashish Patel has said that more and more students should take advantage of the courses conducted in polytechnic institutions and contribute to the progress of the country and the state, for this, wide publicity should be given to the courses conducted in polytechnic institutions. He said make sure that the seats in the institutes do not remain vacant. Necessary budget is available for polytechnic institutes. It should be ensured that the youth taking admission in these institutions get basic facilities.

Technical Education Minister  Ashish Patel was holding a review meeting of the Technical Education Department at Vidhan Bhavan. He directed the officers that the eligible youth should get the benefits of the state government’s schemes, no negligence will be tolerated in this.

He directed that the budget released for construction works should be used for quality and timely completion of construction works. Non-teaching work should be started immediately in the polytechnic colleges where the construction work has been completed.

Instructing the officers, Minister Patel said that the requisition of vacant posts of Group-‘C’ in the institutions should be made available to the UP Subordinate Selection Commission. Along with this, the status and requisition report of the vacant posts of all the three technical universities should be made available to the government by January 16. As per the rules and mandate of Government of India and Government of Uttar Pradesh, immediate action should be taken to fill the vacant posts. He asked to make the process of appointment of academic staff and directors better and more transparent in technical universities and engineering colleges.

The minister discussed with the officials to start a new course in mining engineering. He directed the officials to submit a complete proposal regarding starting a new course in mining engineering. He also instructed to prepare and make available the updated status report of under-construction engineering colleges and polytechnic colleges. He directed the directors of all engineering colleges and principals of polytechnic colleges to make available the status report of the colleges by January 17, 2023, following the instructions given by the Government of India regarding the merit scheme of the Government of India.

Minister  Patel discussed the efforts made by the Technical Education Department to bring investment in the Global Investors Summit to be held in the coming month of February. He said that the technical education department will also play an important role in making the state’s economy one trillion dollar. Departmental officers should make continuous efforts for maximum investment in the field of technical education. Along with this, pay attention to the activities related to investment happening in the country and abroad and maintain direct contact with the investors.

Principal Secretary Technical Education  Subhash Chandra Sharma, Special Secretary  Annavi Dinesh Kumar,  Kripa Shankar, Joint Secretary Prabhakar Chandra Mishra, Vice Chancellor HBTU Kanpur, MMMUT Gorakhpur, Director KNIT Sultanpur, BIET Jhansi, UPTTI Kanpur and Director Government Engineering College Ambedkarnagar Departmental officers including Azamgarh, Banda, Bijnor, Sonbhadra, Mainpuri, Kannauj were present.

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