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PUNJAB GOVT. RELEASES RS. 13.96 CRORE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF 40 GOVT COLLEGES IN THE STATE- MALUKA

July 26, 2013 09:19 AM

Chandigarh (Face2News Bureau)

The Punjab Government has released an amount of Rs. 13.96 crore for the maintenance of 40 government colleges situated in 17 districts of the state. Disclosing this here today, Education Minister Punjab Mr. Sikandar Singh Maluka said that  these grants have been provided to  ensure the basic amenities including the drinking water, electric works, computer rooms, class rooms, laboratories and canteen are maintained good and congenial. He said that state govt. was committed to provide quality higher education in govt. degree colleges and the special emphasis on the creation of requisite infrastructure in these institutions. Giving details, Mr. Maluka said that Rs. 32.12 lac forGovt.College(women)Amritsar, Rs. 61 lac for the twoGovt.Colleges of Bathinda District, Rs. 71.46 lac for threeGovt.College of District Faridkot, Rs. 9.52 lac for Govt. College Mandi Gobindgarh District Fatehgarh Sahib, Rs. 68.55 lac for two govt. colleges of District Fazilka, Rs. 41.54 lac for two govt. colleges of District Gurdaspur, Rs. 90.14 lac for two govt. colleges of District Hoshiarpur, Rs. 107.53 lac for four govt. colleges of District Jalandhar, Rs. 177.16 lac for five govt. colleges of District Ludhiana, Rs. 35.79 lac for Govt. College Mansa, Rs. 54.73 lac for for two govt. colleges of District Moga, Rs. 94.8 lac for two govt. colleges of District Ajitgarh, Rs. 25.95 lac for Govt. College Sri Mukatsar Sahib, Rs. 21.39 lac for Govt college SBS Nagar, Rs. 278.61 lac for six govt colleges of Patiala district, Rs. 94.51 lac for two govt. colleges of District Roopnagar and Rs. 131.62 lac for three Govt. College of District Sangrur.  Mr. Maluka said that cheques of respective grants for each college would be directly send to the concerned Principal. He also informed that 7 more such govt. degree colleges were being set up in five districts shortly with a view to ensure provision of higher education in remote rural areas too.

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