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Chhattisgarh gets four proposals for pvt varsities

Chhattisgarh government has received proposals from four private universities for setting up campuses in the state. "We have received four proposals from private universities for setting up campuses in Chhattisgarh," Chairman of Chhattisgarh Private University Regulatory Commission Ashok Parekh said.

The commission had forwarded the proposals to the state government to examine whether they were at par with the parameters set for opening private university. "After considering all aspects, the state government will give recognition to the private universities," Parekh said.

Chhattisgarh getting schools vacated by security forces

Raipur : Chhattisgarh has begun vacating dozens of schools occupied by security forces who are stationed for anti-Maoist offensives in its southern restive tip, an official said Thursday.

"The authorities in the 40,000 sq km restive Bastar region (made up of five districts of Bijapur, Narayanpur, Bastar, Kanker and Dantewada) have been instructed to urgently arrange alternative buildings where the central forces can be shifted from schools to abide by instructions given by the Supreme Court," a top official source told IANS.

CORE Projects plans to invest Rs.450 crore to open schools

CORE Projects and Technologies Ltd, a technology provider to educational institutions, plans to open 30 schools, including some offering the international baccalaureate curriculum, with an initial investment of Rs.450 crore, in keeping with a recent trend of for-profit companies from the so-called organized sector entering the business of education.

In addition, the Mumbai-based firm is bidding to set up 50 schools in partnership with the Rajasthan government, and wants to partner the Central government to establish more schools across India.

The young in Chattisgarh have education , but want it linked to careers

Chhattisgarh recently celebrated its 10th year of inception, a momentous landmark in the life of a young state and an old region. It is a challenging region; rich in forests, mineral wealth, home to a large tribal population representing a way of life, culture, language and customs unique in itself, the cultural ethos and socio-economic patterns needed to be factored in while charting a developmental course by the founding fathers of the state and successive governments.

The young in Chattisgarh have education, but want it linked to careers

Chhattisgarh recently celebrated its 10th year of inception, a momentous landmark in the life of a young state and an old region. It is a challenging region; rich in forests, mineral wealth, home to a large tribal population representing a way of life, culture, language and customs unique in itself, the cultural ethos and socio-economic patterns needed to be factored in while charting a developmental course by the founding fathers of the state and successive governments.

AIIMS in Chhattisgarh

Civil work for Package I (Medical College) of the AIIMS-like institution at Raipur (Chhattisgarh) has started on 30th May, 2010 and is scheduled to be completed in 15 months. As regards Package II (Hospital), work has started in mid-September, 2010 and is scheduled to be completed in 24 months. Construction of residential complex at the site has already been completed.