Big decision of Bihar government: 33% reservation for girl students in all medical and engineering colleges of the state
Patna, 2/6 (AO Bureau): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is going to take a big decision regarding technical education of girls. Now, in the enrollment of engineering and medical colleges of the state, minimum one-third ie 33 percent seats will be reserved for girl students. The government is preparing to bring a bill to establish engineering university and medical university.
The Chief Minister said that engineering colleges and medical colleges would be managed better with the establishment of Engineering University and Medical University. Also, the teaching work in colleges can be controlled better. CM Nitish said that at least one third of the seats in the enrollment in engineering and medical colleges of the state should be reserved for girls. Meaning 33 percent seats will be reserved for girl students. The Chief Minister said that this would increase the number of girl students. This would be a unique thing. With this, girl students will be more motivated towards higher and technical education.
Nitish Kumar said that engineering colleges are being opened in all the districts of the state. Many medical colleges have also been opened. The aim of the government is that the children and girls of Bihar should not go out to study engineering and medicine.
The Department of Science and Technology gave a presentation in this regard in front of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday. Secretary of the department, Lokesh Kumar Singh, through a presentation, gave detailed information regarding The Bihar Engineering University Act-2021 and Power and Function of University Juridiction and other provisions. Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department gave information regarding Bihar University of Health Sciences and Power and Function of University.