Chandigarh, June 30 – Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Ms.Sharda Rathore today said that the feasibility survey has been completed by Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit System (DIMTS) for linking Panipat to Delhi via Sonepat with High Speed Train, which would usher a new era of development and progress in the State.
While addressing an annual function of Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology (CIPET) at Panipat, Ms. Rathore said that the State government led by Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda has taken number of historic steps to provide world class infrastructure to the people of the State and this would be another milestone in that direction.
She said that the project detailed project report for the Panipat –Delhi rapid rail system was being prepared by DIMTS. She said that the State government has already got Gurgaon connected to Delhi by metro rail and the process for linking Faridabad by metro upto YMCA Ballabhgarh are in advanced stage. Ms. Rathore said that the State Government has given top priority to provide the quality and job oriented education to the students. She said that Rs. 673 crore was provided in the 11th five year plan. The government has sanctioned Rs. 190 crore for technical education in the
non-plan budget provisions for the current financial year. Rajiv Gandhi Education City on the pattern of Oxford University is being developed in Kundli of district Sonepat, she added.
Chief Parliamentary Secretary of Technical Education, Ms. Rathore said that the State Government has got many National level educational institutions started in the State. She said that Indian Institute of Management got functional today at Rohtak with inauguration of first batch of Post Graduate Programme in Management. Similarly, the Central
University, Defence University and number of other reputed educational institutions would make the State as the Education Hub of the Country.
She announced that one more Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology would commence classes from this session at Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram Science and Technology University, Murthal.
Ms. Rathore called upon the students to work hard and excel in their professional field. She said that the students and the youth have great potential which should be harnessed to the optimum level in the National Interest.