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EDUSAT hub to have separate channel for teachers: Puar

MINISTER OF State for Higher and Technical Education Tukoraoji Puar has said an additional channel for teachers would be linked to the EDUSAT hub being set up in State in order to bring qualitative improvement in the performance of teachers. Teachers will also be able to get the latest syllabus on this special channel.

india Updated: Jan 11, 2007 15:14 IST

MINISTER OF State for Higher and Technical Education Tukoraoji Puar has said an additional channel for teachers would be linked to the EDUSAT hub being set up in State in order to bring qualitative improvement in the performance of teachers. Teachers will also be able to get the latest syllabus on this special channel.

The advanced EDUSAT hub has already been established in the Bhoj Open University in order to ensure quality higher education to students through remote education system.

The Higher and Technical Education Minister’s announcement came at a prize distribution ceremony at the annual function of Government postgraduate college BHEL, Bhopal.

College principal Dr Abha Gargava presided over the function. Tapan Bhowmik, president of public participation committee Satyanarayan Joshi and the president of the MP Pharmacy Council Basant Gupta were present as the special guests on the occasion.

Puar said the hub provided by the ISRO was the first hub in Madhya Pradesh and had been dedicated to the people. The interactive terminals had been set for the hub.

He mentioned the State Government was giving top priority to bring about qualitative improvement in the field of education. Efforts were being made to provide higher education to maximum number of students in the State itself.

The Higher Education Minister said a proposal had been sent to BHEL for allocation of separate land for college building by the Government and the matter would also be taken up with the Union Government in this regard. He also assured that computers would be provided to the college.

Tapan Bhowmik urged students to bring laurels to their college and carve out special identity in the field of education. Satnarayan Joshi and Basant Gupta also addressed the gathering.