Virbhadra Singh

Rampur: Ensuring to provide quality higher education in the state, the Himachal Pradesh government is mulling to start all types of streams in all colleges in government sector.

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, while addressing a public meeting at Dansa in Rampur assembly segment of Shimla district today, said Himachal Pradesh had witnessed revolution in the field of education. He said

“Higher educational institutions were being opened in the state especially in the rural areas to enable youth in getting their education completed nearer to their homes and 25 colleges had been opened during last three years”

Virbhadra Singh said that State Government was providing qualitative education to the students of the State so that they could complete with the international standards. He said that more than 10738 Primary, 2292 Middle, 846 High and 1552 Senior Secondary Schools have been made functional in the State in government sector. He said that Rs. 5,077 crore was being spent under education sector in the State during this fiscal.

Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated the building of Government Senior Secondary School, Dansa constructed at a cost of Rs. 3.30 crores. He also inaugurated the Mandir Sarai at Dansa completed at a cost of Rs 35 lakhs.

The Chief Minister also announced to start Commerce and science classes from next academic session in GSSS Dansa.

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