Education minister S Rajen said that a state level grand seminar will also be held very soon. All the MLAs of 60 constituencies, top-ranking officials and academicians will be invited during the convention, he added.
A one day brainstorming session on the “Implementation of National Education Policy (NEP), 2020 in Higher and Technical Education in Manipur” was held at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Langol, Imphal on Saturday.
Speaking at the occasion as chief guest, education minister S Rajen Singh said that the present government is giving priority to develop and promote education system in the state. In order to successfully implement NEP 2020 in the state, the government has constituted a State Task Force and Sub-Task Force. A state level grand seminar will also be held very soon. All the MLAs of 60 constituencies, top-ranking officials and academicians will be invited during the convention, he added, according to a DIPR Manipur release.
He said that the infrastructures of the technical and non-technical institutions in the state are not up to the mark as compared to other states. The government will try its best to improve the education system. The minister also appreciated the teaching and non-teaching staff of NIT for their sincere service.
Minister Rajen also inspected the classrooms and campus of NIT along with the officials of the Engineering Department. Seeing the poor infrastructure of the institute, he said that funds will be proposed to the ministry to renovate and construct the required structures. Engineers have also been instructed to prepare DPRs in this regard, he added.
NIT Manipur director Prof. Goutam Sutradhar attended the occasion as president of the function. Staff of NIT and others also attended the occasion, the release added.NEP 2020, NIT-Imphal