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Teachers to be appointed for new university in Gurugram

The minister also announced that Kakrola village will soon have a university

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: Aug 30 2016 4:45PM | Updated Date: Aug 30 2016 4:47PM

Teachers to be appointed for new university in Gurugram
Photo: Ram Bilas Sharma
 
 
After Minister Ram Bilas Sharma announced that a new university will soon be set up in Gurugram, the work of the university is set to begin within the current financial year. 
 
 
To cater the need, this year, around 20,000 teachers will be recruited in Haryana as a part of the steps the state government was taking to improve the standard of education in Haryana.
 
 
Apart from that, the minister also announced that Kakrola village will soon have a university. 
 
 
Not only this, the Kakrola panchayat has even passed a resolution to transfer land, measuring 398 kanal and three marlas for the upcoming varsity.
 
 
Moreover, Sharma has guaranteed the House that engineering and BEd colleges affiliated to Kurukshetra University would not be shifted to any other university now.