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From cabinet expansion to BEd colleges, the Higher Education Minister's outspoken answer

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:Employment News-While releasing the result of PTET today, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati spoke openly to the media on various issues. Whether it is for the by-elections on 2 seats in the state or Congress's unity and cabinet reshuffle in the politics of Rajasthan or the posts of Vice Chancellors lying vacant in many universities of the state, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati answered all the questions. given openly

On the question of not taking proper action against B.Ed colleges in the state, even after receiving complaints from time to time, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that "colleges are recognized by NCET. Also from time to time. The state government also investigates NOC. If any complaint is received, it is investigated and immediate action is also taken on serious complaint. Opening new colleges for wide publicity of education is a good thing. Also states control these. But it lives on."

Regarding the by-elections to be held in two assembly seats in Rajasthan, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that "Congress will win both the seats. Out of the by-elections held in the last three seats, it won two." As well as in the Zilla Parishad, Panchayat elections, the Congress won. She used to take to the streets on the cost of money, today she is crossing all the limits of inflation.

On the question of Congress being united, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that "Congress is united under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. All MLAs and ministers are working together. Also, like in Punjab, no one can hold the chief minister's post in Rajasthan. There is no possibility of any kind of change. The Chief Minister of the state is doing a good job. If there is cabinet expansion, reshuffle, reorganization, all these decisions are the prerogative of the high command and the chief, the decision that will be taken will be accepted. The MLA does not crave power and position."

The post of Vice Chancellor is still vacant in many universities of the state. On the question asked on the posts of the Vice-Chancellor, Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that "after the vacancy of the Vice-Chancellor, the post is filled through a process, first the meeting of the BOM is held, after that the government, the Governor and the members nominated by the UGC. The names are decided and handed over to the Chancellor by the committee, after which the name is stamped only after discussion with the Chief Minister. Soon the vacant posts of the Vice Chancellor will be filled.

Higher Education Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati says on UPSC result that "The number of students of Rajasthan is increasing continuously in the result of UPS. On the 75th anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has announced scholarship for meritorious students. Even more than that, the number of more students will increase in the coming time.

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