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Govt committed to build infrastructure in edn sector: Mein

Arunachal Times 2018-11-09 00:11:52

ITANAGAR, Nov 8: The state government is committed to build adequate infrastructure in the education sector, said Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein during the valedictory function of the 39th College Day celebration of Dera Natung Government College here on Thursday.
“Education is recognized as a vital factor in building a promising future of the society,” Mein said. “Students should adopt high standards of ethics while studying in colleges and universities, and should maintain the true spirit of education.”
The DCM said the creation of the Staff Selection Board to streamline the process of selection of candidates for all Group C and D posts “is a major reformative step, as it would ensure a fair and transparent selection process.”
Exuding happiness over the outcome of the recently held ATAL conclave, Mein said the state government conducted the event to help tap the potential of the state’s youths.
The DCM congratulated the organizers for the successful conduct of the College Day celebration. “Winning or losing in any discipline of sports, culture and literary is not at all important, but the happiness originating from the participation is a highly cherished trophy,” he said.
Local MLA Techi Kaso in his speech advised the students to learn “the art of managing their time.”
Congratulating the participants in the sports, cultural and literary activities, Kaso said, “Whether you have won a medal or not, you are all winners. In the long run, your active and continued participation in such activities will pay you rich dividends in terms of fitness, wellbeing, and happiness.”
Kaso revealed that the state government has already released fund for repairing the college’s roads, and said the work would begin shortly after the tender formalities are over. He also announced to release assistance from his MLALAD fund for developing the road between the college’s upper and lower campuses.
Colourful cultural dances and a dance paying tribute to martyr Hangpan Dada enthralled the gathering.
Earlier, Mein and Kaso gave away the awards to the winners of various cultural, literary and sports competitions. (PRO, DCM)