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Raipur: Residents of the state will get better employment opportunities in local industries: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel: 'Villagers listened to the Chief Minister's speech with great enthusiasm even in Naxal-affected areas of the state'

Raipur: Residents of the state will get better employment opportunities in local industries: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel: 'Villagers listened to the Chief Minister's speech with great enthusiasm even in Naxal-affected areas of the state'

Listeners got emotional after hearing the message of Bihari Jaiswal of Bilaspur

Chief Minister said employment, literacy and
Knowledge of innovations being made in the field of education

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that every effort is being made to provide employment in local industries to the residents of the state. More stringent provisions will be made in this regard in the new industrial policy so that our local youth can get better employment opportunities in the industries being set up in Chhattisgarh, as well as skilled human resources for such new industries are ready in the state. Will be done. The Chief Minister was addressing the people in the second episode of their monthly radio talk Lokvani today. Today, Lokvani was broadcast in all the stations of All India Radio, FM channels and regional news channels. A large number of people enthusiastically heard and appreciated the Chief Minister's Lokvani in urban and rural areas of the state as well as Naxal-affected areas. Women, elderly, youth and students in all the gram panchayats, community buildings, farm-barns, ashram-hostels, colleges, city squares, gardens and pandals in the Ghor Naxal-affected Mardapal village of Kondagaon district. The girls were seen collectively listening to Lokvani.

The Chief Minister said that all the resources including the air of Chhattisgarh, the water of Chhattisgarh, coal, iron ore and lime stone of Chhattisgarh belong to us, but we are not responsible for this, our young colleagues did not get the benefit. For the benefit of local resources for the local people, our leaders like Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla had built Bhilai Steel Plant, so a large area benefited from it. Education, culture, health, employment, Bhilai progressed in every field. We want to do the same in every region of the state. That is why we have NMDC Has asked that the recruitment of employees of the Nagarnar Steel Plant be conducted in Dantewada. District cadre will be recruited in Bastar, Surguja and Bilaspur divisions. It has been decided to constitute Junior Staff Selection Board here. More than half a dozen food parks will be set up to increase the value of forest produce and agricultural produce in the state itself. Several decisions have been taken to simplify the industry and trade in the state so that local people can get employment on a large scale.

'Listeners get emotional listening to Bihari Jaiswal's message'

Listeners got emotional after hearing the message of Shri Bihari Jaiswal, resident of Bandhwapara of Bilaspur in Lokvani. Shri Jaiswal said in his message that I want to congratulate the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, my daughter's education has become possible through her. Mr. Jaiswal told that he has a small grocery shop and his income is very low due to which it was not possible to afford the education of the children. His daughter had completed 8th standard in DAV school under Right to Education, due to lack of further free education, the whole family was frustrated, but the Bhupesh government expanded the right to education to 12 and provided for free education. I thank the Chief Minister for this so that my daughter can study further.

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel thanked him on Mr. Jaiswal's message and said that I am very happy to say that not only your daughter but 4 thousand children in the state have benefited from this initiative. The state government is committed to the education of all children and especially girls. You would love to know that Chhattisgarh has become the first state in the country to take such an initiative, which has extended the Right to Education Act. Our right was given to the public by our UPA government at the center, which has been done by the state government of Chhattisgarh to further its progress. This year, 4 thousand children have got admission in the 9th and this series will also progress further as they go to the next class.

'People aged 14 to 60 will be digitally literate'

Chief Minister congratulated today on World Literacy Day and said that all the people of the state should be literate, today we take this resolution. He said that 25 percent of the state's population is still illiterate. It is our biggest responsibility to make them literate. He said that I am very happy to say today that the Chief Minister Urban Functional Literacy Program has been started in Chhattisgarh. In this, people from 14 to 60 years of age will be made digital literate. If we make people digitally literate, then citizens will be empowered by their personality development, skill development, financial legal information etc.

'In today's Lokvani, the most questions from the merger of education workers'

In Lokvani broadcast today, the most questions from the Chief Minister were from the merger of education workers in the state. Responding to which, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that major decisions are being taken to improve education. For the first time in 18 years, shikshakarmis were given the facility of transfer. There are one lakh 45 thousand education workers in the state, out of which one lakh 25 thousand education workers have been merged. The merger of remaining education workers will also be done as per the rules. There is no need to worry about other minor problems including salary discrepancy. As far as the recruitment of 15 thousand teachers is concerned, I want to tell you, there is no problem in this. The examination has been done by Vyapam. This work will be carried forward as soon as the results are received. I urge you all to contribute towards making the future of children by contributing your hundred percent.

The Chief Minister said that for the first time a program has been started in the state called 'Digi Duniya'. In which e-class rooms and e-labs are being set up in 4 thousand 330 high schools and higher secondary schools in the state. In this way, the new age IT from the school level itself. Are beginning to conduct ground based studies. All the textbooks will be made available as 'e-material' through a mobile app called Deeksha. Not only this, in the 6 dialects and languages ​​of the state, the facility of reading on mobile phones without internet will be provided.

Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, while answering the questions asked about schemes like guest teachers, Shiksha Mitan, Shiksha Mitra in Lokvani, said that as soon as our government came, on the one hand they started the process of regular recruitment, on the other hand, the placement agencies Closed shop. He said that we had started the process to fill the shortage of about one and a half thousand professors in colleges, but due to the stay from the Honorable High Court, the proceedings have been stopped. In the Honorable High Court, action is being taken with priority to keep the side of governance. Along with this, the process of recruitment to the posts of Guranthal, Sports Officer etc. is being started. Preparations are on to open two dozen new colleges in the state. In this 7 model colleges are being opened in Naxal affected and extremely backward areas.

The Chief Minister said that we will launch a massive campaign for development on the economic and social fronts of the state and achieve a big victory. In the end, he called on the youth power for Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh and said the lines written by the young poets.

No fire is in these hands
You are the spark yourself.
To awaken everyone's fortune,
May your struggle continue.
Who is dominant in this amber,
You are the redness of the sun.
On everyone's face
You shine well


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