CM urged to set up varsity in Kalahandi: The Pioneer

August 7, 2010 at 10:39 am 2 comments

Following is from The Pioneer:

People of Kalahandi are grateful to the Naveen Patnaik Government for having granted establishment of two professional institutions for the first time. Retired professor of Sambalpur University Gopabandhu Behera, in his letter to the Chief Minister, has lauded his initiative to set up institutions in this backward part of the State.

Never before had the Government started any institution of higher education of its own, said Prof Behera. People of Kalahandi have set up all institutions on their own despite their hand-to-mouth financial conditions. This shows people’s participation was always there.

However, the people are not able to establish institutions like university and management institutes. Prof Behera reminds that leading persons of Kalahandi had moved for establishment of a central university in the district. But the Chief Minister was good enough to point out that since he had already committed to Koraput district for establishment of this university he would sanction other institutions for Kalahandi.

The Task Force on Higher Education has recommended establishment of a South Western Odisha (SWO) University at the Kalahandi district headquarters town of Bhawanipatna.

Prof Behera says that if one examines objectively, he will find that Bhawanipatna is another centre like Bhubaneswar waiting for development. The recommendation of the Task Force can be implemented phase-wise. Hence, establishment of a university at Bhawanipatna has to be undertaken in the first phase. If a suitable Officer on Special Duty (OSD) is appointed, the university can flourish, observes Prof Behera.

Prof Digambara Patra, a leading non-resident Odia (NRO) has also all along been batting for this university in Bhawanipatna.


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Entry filed under: Bhawanipatna-Dharmagarh, Higher Education Zone, Kalahandi, Nuapada, Nuapada, Region watch, State Watch-Monitoring the Odisha State, Universities, Upcoming Universities, Upcoming University.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Ganesh Khatua  |  August 18, 2010 at 2:13 pm

    Sir,
    Please create some awareness programmes for plantation of more & more trees for saving our environment..

    Thanks & regards

    Ganesh

    Reply
  • 2. k praveen  |  August 20, 2010 at 8:19 am

    dear sir,
    as per MOU(2006) signed between starlite energy ltd and industrial department of odisha had not fulfilled any need mentioned in MOU agreement. we the un employed people of jharsuguda r not getting any jobs in any industries. although jharsuguda is the main industrial belt of odisha but the peaple of jharsuguda r not getting any opportunity for jobs wheather they r skilled or unskilled. but peaple r getting jobs those who not from jharsuguda. for ex :- vedanta & other companies under vedanta had not a single office at jharsuguda .where the un employed peaple will drop there resume channi radha engg works had taken 500 + peaple from tamil nadu evonik energy had taken resently 40 peaple from bbsr .few days ago vedanta own had filled 340 + peaple but not a single person from jsg .
    as per dist employment exchange officer he had not a single person recruitted in any industry. peaple r getting jobs hear at jsg from other village, other town ,other dist, other state, not only this from other countries also . but we r not getting any jobs .
    sir kindly solve our problem for which we shell b very greatful to u.
    thanking u sir
    your’s
    praveen (un employed)

    Reply

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