Govt giving priority to universalization of education: Rana
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Dansal, Dec 19: Political Advisor to the Chief Minister Devender Singh Rana on Wednesday highlighted the need for exploring the hidden talent of students in the rural areas and providing them opportunities to prove their mettle at the national and international levels.
He said students of rural areas are second to none in the capacity and capability to make their mark on the educational spectrum.
Addressing annual day function of Holy Trinity Convent High School here Rana said that Omar Abdullah led coalition government is giving priority to universalization of education. “The Government has opened vast avenues of accessibility to education for the students living in far flung, remote and backward areas of the state,” he added.
He said about two dozen degree college and technical colleges besides various university campus and scores of polytechnics and ITI institutions have been opened across the state to achieve this goal.
“Omar Abdullah is craving and working very hard to ensure that the quality education reaches far flung areas of JK. Let us all join hands together and work for achieving this goal,” he said adding that education is the only way of enlightenment from dark alley to the light.
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