Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has a big surprise for candidates preparing for government examinations in the state. Under the Higher Education scheme, at least 4 lakh students studying in the colleges will be distributed free of common knowledge books for preparation of competitive examinations by the government. Regular students will be registered at the college level for this.
State Minister for Higher Education Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that Chief Minister Gehlot had said that special emphasis will be given to the students with regular quality education as well as free coaching for competitive examinations. This will enable the students of the state to be ready for competitive examinations as well as for competitive examinations. For this, the classes will be arranged for competitive examinations in higher education institutions, during free time.
During this, special training will be imparted to the students through special lectures, preparations for their personality development, mental skills, mathematics, special classes in English. The official said that the officers associated with higher education have been instructed to prepare their 60-day work plan of the department.
Under the scheme, special emphasis is being placed on creating quality education in employment and making education more productive. He said that the government will give special emphasis on innovation in all the 252 government colleges in the higher education sector.