Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today gave away Laptop free-of-cost to a visually handicapped college student Mr. Tabiro Mogri at his weekly 'Jan-Darshan' programme at his official residence. The gift lightened the face of blind student with hope and confidence. The Laptop was gifted under the Chhattisgarh Youth Information Revolution Scheme. Dr. Raman Singh congratulated the student and wished him a bright future. Mr. Tabiro resides at Jal Vihar Colony (Telibandha). He belongs to a poor family. He is a student of B. A. Second Year in Mahant College. His father is a rickshaw-puller Mr.
During Lok Suraaj Abhiyan, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today distributed free laptops to nearly five thousand engineering students of Raipur district, in a programme organized at indoor stadium near Budha Talab.
Under the ongoing Lok Suraaj Abhiyaan, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh distributed laptops to engineering students in the district. The Chief Minister gave away 51 laptops to students of different engineering students and inaugurated the laptop distribution in the district. About 6493 engineering students were facilitated on the occasion organised at Pt. Ravishankar Stadium on Sunday.
In a decision that comes as delight for the college students in Chhattisgarh, a high powered committee constituted by state government has approved distribution of laptops and tablets equipped with quad-core processor under the chhattisgarh Yuva Suchna Kranti Scheme. In a meeting held in Mantralaya chaired by Chief Secretary Vivek Dhand, the technical requisite of laptops and tablets to be distributed under the scheme was given final approval. It need be mentioned that final year college students pursuing medical or technical courses are given free laptops and tablets under the scheme.
Chhattisgarh state will soon have the first of its kind electronic IT manufacturing/assembling state of the art facilities for manufacturing computer devices, smart phones and laptops. To achieve the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of 'Make in India', Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has given the slogan of 'Make in Chhattisgarh'.
Free of cost laptop distribution programme organized at a private engineering college campus of District Headquarters Durg, under Chhattisgarh Yuva Soochna Kranti, was inaugurated by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today in the afternoon. In the programme, 5537 final year students of 16 different engineering colleges in the district were to be distributed laptops for free.
Asserting that contribution and combined efforts on the part of public representatives and State Government officials and employees have charted and new chapter of development particularly in tribal dominated areas of Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that promising results have been yielded in sectors like education, health, agriculture, irrigation as well as public distribution system over the years.
"Modern devices like computers, laptops etc are the need of the day, even as these devices connect us to the whole new world of knowledge and information" says Rodricks Lakra, Piyush Tripathi and Sundar Lal Nishad, all final year students of Mechanical Branch in Government Engineering College, Raipur, overjoyed to receive laptops from Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today.
Asserting that youth are the future of this country and thew will play a significant role in the development of State as well as the nation. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that by implementing Chhattisgarh Youth Information Revolution Scheme among the energetic students, the State Government has initiated an effort towards connecting them with the information technology and massive repository of knowledge.
Under Chhattisgarh Yuva Suchana Kranti Yojana, a laptop distribution programme will be held at the indoor Stadium, situated near Budhatalab, on Wednesday at 3 pm. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will be the Chief Guest while Minister for high education and technical education, Ramvichar Netam will preside over the programme.