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All possible efforts to be made to resolve students’ issues” CM Chouhan

Tuesday - May 22, 2018 1:35 am , Category : BHOPAL

CM holds direct dialogue with students during “Live Phone In” programme
 
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has called upon the students not to become disappointed in life. He assured the children that he is not the kind of person who is confined to any line. He will create new paths and new line for children. No obstruction will be allowed to remain in their lives. All arrangements will be made to let children move ahead in life and facilities will be provided to them. Chouhan told the students to inform him if they faced any problem. Every problem will be resolved. If need arises new provisions and new scheme will also be made.

Chouhan was in a direct conversation with students during the live phone-in programme at Model School auditorium today. As many as 60 thousand 592 students present at various places took part in the programme. Students asked direct questions to the Chief Minister. Chouhan resolved their issues patiently.

Instructions for full support to Kumari Aditi Thakur

Class Xth pass Model School student Kumari Aditi Thakur told CM Chouhan about the difficulties her family had to face after her father’s death. The Chief Minister held a separate discussion with her and consoled her. He instructed officials to extend all possible assistance to Aditi. Yashasvini Bhabor of Jhabua district expressed the need for an e-library for preparation of competitive examinations. The Chief Minister told that a fully equipped library building is coming up soon in Jhabua. On information about lack of Engineering College building by Falguni Nahar of the district Chouhan said that the building has been approved. Once it is built several of its branches will also become functional.

Expressing his desire to take admission in J.N.U. Delhi University, Rohit Shrivastava of Bhind district enquired about information on the mode of fee payment. The Chief Minister informed him that state government will bear the fees of the education of children from families with annual income up to Rs 6 lakhs whether they get admission in J.N.U. or Delhi University. On student Lalit Patel’s problem of distance between his residence and the college being too much, the Chief Minister said that there is arrangement of transport expense up to a fixed limit for students coming from villages to the city to study. Replying to student Mohan Soni’s query on how the CM chose his career, the Chief Minister replied that he could not carry out dissection during his Biology class. He was always willing to help others in removing their difficulties. He had to face the wrath of his family when he took out a procession demanding increase in wages for labourers of the village when he was a student of Class VII but he was happy with this work. He had even sent to jail for opposing emergency. He said that one should give priority to what one’s heart says. On student Ankit Gupta’s fear of failure, the Chief Minister narrated the Arjun-Sri Krishna samvad from The Gita. He said that one should make continues efforts with patience and enthusiasm as a pious worker without worrying about the outcome.

The Chief Minister apprised Hariom Shyam, a student of Khandwa, about the courses of study in the field of Commerce. He also informed that the state government will also bear the expense of fees of children from poor families for B.Com and other courses. The Chief Minister assured all possible assistance to student Shilu Patel from Panna and to remove any difficulty that she faces while pursuing higher education. Asked by student Gunjan Singh Patel about what to do for a career in politics, the Chief Minister said that politics is not as easy it seems. Only one who is sensitive towards others, is affected by others’ pain and has the desire to remove people’s difficulties can acquire success in politics. This sensitivity is the reason why Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister from a chaiwala. He himself became the chief minister despite belonging to an ordinary family.

Chouhan also mentioned about his own struggle in political life. He removed the doubt expressed by student Sohan Singh of fee payment of B.C.A. course under Mukhya Mantri Medhavi Protsahan Yojana. Replying to the question of Ankita Yadav whether to give priority to the institute or the course, the CM said that priority should be given to course as per one’s interest. It should also be seen that the institute is not below standard. Student Monika Yadav enquired about information on assistance in acquiring education abroad. The Chief Minister said that students seeking admission in the world’s most prestigious universities are provided economic assistance up to a certain limit. Pushpanjali Baghel sought information on opportunities for preparation of IAS along with engineering. The Chief Minister told her that information will be given about coaching etc. from prestigious institutes during counselling.-Window To News
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