Students should be involved in surveys for welfare schemes. Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said.

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The chief minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar, stated on Friday that surveys for the state government’s welfare programs must include students. During a conversation with a delegation from the Akhil Bhartiya Rashtriya Shaikshik Mahasangh, he asserted that kids will grow a sense of service when they participate in humanitarian programmes. He advised the officers of the body to foster a sense of service among students by putting them in contact with the outside world. According to a formal statement, he claimed that as part of the assistance programs sponsored by the state government, students must participate in verification, surveys, and other similar tasks.

Additionally, the chief minister gave employees from the Higher Education Department instructions to conduct a poll regarding the planning for a new teacher transfer policy. Khattar stated that the state will shortly hire 1,535 teachers. The Higher Education Department has sent a letter to the Haryana Public Service Commission.

In addition, a letter requesting the hiring of 1,500 more instructors will be delivered to the commission this month. Khattar instructed the concerned officials to make efforts to enrol students in the state-funded self-finance programmes offered in the institutions. He said that fewer students are enrolling in these courses right now, and the department should make earnest attempts to enhance enrollment. Aside from this, alumni should get in touch with universities and colleges and make requests for financial support so that the most possible work can be done in the field of research.

Mayank Tewari


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