July 17, 2018 09:30 PM
Chandigarh, (Face2News) Haryana Government has decided to hold a Career Counselling workshop for the students to choose career after 12th class. This was disclosed by Haryana Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma during his address as a special guest in the 'School Summit' program organized by 'Confederations of Indian Industry' here today. On this occasion, the Governor of Punjab and Administrator of Chandigarh, Mr V.P. Singh Badnore was also present as the chief guest. Mr Sharma emphasized on the need of communication between parents and their children in the modern time of digitalization. He said that the social organizations and the psychologists should also take steps to minimize the increasing stress of education and help the children in this direction with appropriate career counselling. He said that though India's education is appreciated all over the globe since ancient times, particularly its Education and culture have been recognized as patent, however the present Government in Haryana has made efforts to instil human values in school education. He said that Joyful Saturday program is initiated in the schools in which the students were made to learn their responsibility towards the society by giving them information about cultural values, folk art, heritage and different traditions. Many activities are organized to make the Saturday Joyful. Along with this, the Life Skill Program is also being organized. This program focuses on developing positive attitude and solving everyday challenges of life. On this occasion, Chairman of Confederation of Indian Industry, School Summit-2018, Mr Amit Kaushik and many educationists including, Mr Kartik Bharat Ram, Kumari Poonam Singh Jamwal and Mr Narayan Rama Swami were also present. N0-IPRDH/2018 Chandigarh, July 17 – In an overwhelming response to onetime rebate of 40 per cent as announced by Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal on total outstanding amount of enhancement to plot holders of Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) for two months, a sum of Rs 832 crore has been deposited by 60,957 persons in different cities of the state. While stating this here today, Media Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr. Rajiv Jain said that though, these notices were to be sent to residents during tenure of previous government, but they were put on hold in for political reasons. Due to non-deposition of enhancement amount, the penalty on each plot holder kept on increasing and they had no other option than paying the fine. HSVP had never given any concession to plot holders in any sector, he added. He said that the Chief Minister had directed the officers to find out solution to this problem of the aggrieved residents. After several meetings held in two months, it was decided to give one time rebate of 40 per cent rebate on total outstanding amount of enhancement and no enhancement policy would be implemented on new plots to be allotted in future. It was also assured that loans would be arranged for those who wish to take loan to pay this amount.
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