Colleges to be opened in tribal dominated areas
CM Chouhan dedicates government college building in Ladkui village of Sehore
Bhopal, Dec 21
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that now tribal children will not have to go out for higher education. Colleges will be opened in tribal dominated areas.
Chief Minister Chouhan dedicated the newly constructed building of Government Degree College constructed at a cost of Rs 65 lakh in Ladkui village in Nasrullaganj tehsil of Sehore district on Dec 20.
In his address, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that now a 30-room college building is ready in Ladkui. This will facilitate college education for children coming from Ladkui and nearby areas. Now children will not have to go to Sehore, Nasrullaganj or Bhopal for higher education. He said that the government will provide all facilities necessary for higher education of tribal children.
B.Sc. and B.Com classes also to begin from next year
Chief Minister Chouhan said that from next year onwards, B.Sc. And B.Com classes will also begin in Ladkui College. He said that this is not just a building but a temple of education, all of you have to take care of it. He wished the children a golden future. He also assured to consider the demand for construction of Dussehra ground in the village.