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Over Rs 4 crore sanctioned for Government Engineering College


Ujjain : Technical education minister Deepak Joshi participated in the 19th meeting of Government Engineering College on Saturday at the college premises.

In his presidential address, he advised the college management that in addition to traditional trades, the management should send proposals of some new trades as per demands of present time. The minister approved the budget proposal of the college for Rs. 4.25 crores.

The minister also instructed the college management to provide maximum placements to students.

The vice chancellor of Rajeev Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya Prof Sunil Kumar, director technical education Prof Virendra Kumar and the principal of the college Dr Pendharkar were present.

The budget of college for the year 2017-18 was passed during the meeting with a view to necessary renovation, purchasing new equipments and new construction.

College launches mobile app

The college also launched its mobile application (app) which was inaugurated by the minister. Students of the college and their parents will get updates about their attendance, results and other information related with the college through this app. The app can be downloaded through ‘Play-store’.

Minister inspects college

Minister Joshi inspected the college. He was apparently miffed over filthiness spread there. He instructed the management of the college to beautify the premises of the college.

Minister informed the media about activities of college during a press conference. Technical education minister for state Deepak Joshi held a press conference at the premises of the college. He gave details of government schemes to making youths of the state skilled. He also stated that numbers of trainers in ITI centers had considerably increased.