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Bihar to promote technical education



A big draw: Job aspirants form a long queue to submit their resumes at a stall during the Employment-Cum-Guidance Fair-2011 in Patna on Friday.

Patna: The Bihar Government is preparing a new technical policy which would pave the way for achieving satisfactory progress in setting up new technical institutes in the State, Deputy Chief Minister S. K. Modi said on Friday.

“The State Government is evolving a new policy to pave the way for achieving desired progress in setting up new technical institutes in Bihar,” Mr. Modi said while inaugurating a two-day employment-cum-training fair at the Industrial Training Institute in Digha here.

He said the State Government was firm in its resolve to open an ITI centre in every block, a polytechnic centre in every district and an engineering college in every division which would come in handy to provide technical education for better job for youths.

Mr. Modi noted that 53 ITI and 353 Industrial Training Centres (ITCs) were functional in the State at present.

He also announced that the State Government would reward the toppers of ITI centres to promote technical education in Bihar. - PTI

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