CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief minister Mohan Lal Khattar said, under a new transfer policy school teachers appointed in distant areas of Haryana will get extra benefits and those residing far away from their family will be provided accommodation.
He said, "A Teacher's training program has been initiated and the process of teacher's recruitment to regular posts is in progress to develop the quality and excellence of education in rural areas".
Khattar was speaking at a panel conversation on Innovation "“ The necessity of the time in schools after inaugurating Vega Global School in Gurgaon.
"The Government of Haryana is working to make available the quality learning to the students, to fulfil the vision of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi", he said.
The Chief Minister was quoted as saying in a press release "Assessment of Government School Teachers is being done and those who perform well would be felicitated". He also publicised a number of projects for Gurgaon district including a new bus-stand, workshop on 83 acres land and a justice tower to build over 7.5 acres at a cost of Rs 75 crore. He said Rs 45crore would be spent on various growth works in all assembly areas falling under Gurgaon district.
Khattar said that Public works (building and roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh, wanted setting up of Gurgaon development Authority. Since the matter is in court, the government would pass new bill to get rid of this impediment."
Khattar declared various projects including a hospital in Badshahpur and a university in Kakrola village and a girl's college in Manesar.
He said that the state budget has been increased from Rs 69000crore to Rs 88000crore under which every single assembly constituency would get more than Rs 200crore for development works.
Emphasis on his policy of 'Zero tolerance towards corruption', Khattar said his government has made provisions for community checking under which a team would be established for giving authorizations to development works.