Higher Education, Sports and Youth Services Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer said on Sunday that there will be 16% more budget available for higher education this year.
Hayer, who was a principal guest at Rayat Bahra University at a state-level seminar on “Higher Education in Punjab” and “New State Government: Hopes, Aspirations, Vision and the Road Ahead” hosted by the Unaided Colleges Teachers of Punjab and Chandigarh ( AUCT), said education and health were the priority areas of the AAP government in Punjab.
The minister also said that harassment of teachers will not be tolerated. Rayat Bahra University Chancellor and Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions Chairman Gurvinder Singh Bahra said it was a proud moment for Rayat Bahra University to host the state-level seminar.
Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, former Registrar Piyare Lal Garg, who was the keynote speaker, said lone colleges provide valuable services to society and underlined the need to improve the work environment of teachers working in all colleges, especially unassisted.
Rayat Bahra University Vice Chancellor Parvinder Singh, and former Punjab Solicitor General Anmol Rattan Singh Sidhu were the guests of honor at the seminar.
Jewelry, mobile phones stolen from home in Manimajra
Two mobile phones, gold and silver jewelry, cash and other documents were stolen from a house in Gobindpura, Manimajra on Friday. HTC Abhishek, Garima walk away with badminton trophies Chandigarh Topseeds Abhishek Saini and Garima Singh defeated their respective opponents in the final to claim the men’s and women’s singles titles on the final day of the Chandigarh State Badminton Championship, which ended at Sector 38 Complex on Sunday.
Grain shortage concerns are mounting as the wheat stocks in Punjab rise. tidy
Clearing the entire wheat stockpile from the godowns of Punjab is likely to set up a wasp nest as it would highlight the shortage of supplies in recent years, which could lead to the opening of investigations and criminal charges against food department officials and officials. purchasing offices.
AAP failed to curb drug threat in Punjab: BJP President Ashwani Sharma
Two days after a leader of the Bharatiya Janata party from Ludhiana was beaten to death here by a group of drug addicts, BJP President Ashwani Sharma on Sunday rebuked the government of the Aam Aadmi party for deteriorating law and order in Punjab, accusing her of having failed. to curb the growing drug threat in the state. A group of drug addicts beat Bharat Bhushan to death outside his home in Shivpuri on Friday evening.
Deliver full justice or face protest in a week: Moose Wala’s father in government
The father of singer-politician Sidhu Moose Wala, Balkaur Singh, on Sunday warned the government of the Aam Aadmi party in Punjab against protests if it failed to bring “full justice” to the murder of Singh’s son in a week. He said it has been 90 days since his son was killed and they are waiting for justice from the government.
Sikhs repeat demand for gurdwara in Har-ki-Pauri
The Sikh community has again raised the issue of the construction of Guru Gyan Godri Gurdwara at Har-ki-Pauri in Haridwar district. “We are peacefully continuing the movement to have Guru Gyan Godri Gurdwara built where it stood a few decades ago. It is a matter of faith, religious-spiritual attachment, history and immense pride that Gyan Godri Gurdwara is being rebuilt,” said Subba Singh Dhillon, a representative of the Sikh community.