Govt to give Fund and land for Haj House in Aurangabad
Maharashtra Government will provide land and fund for construction of a Haj house in the city
Talking to reporters on a visit here, he said importance of Aurangabad is increasing day by day and hence the Government has decided to help in constructing the facility.
The proposed Haj house and a hall which will be part of it will be spread over two acres. Work on the two buildings would start shortly and sufficient fund will be provided, he said.
Speaking separately, the Chief Minister said the Government would give Rs 10 crore for establishment of a Science Centre at the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) here in Central Maharashtra.
He was addressing a gathering at the university campus on the occasion of BAMU’s 55th anniversary. Earlier, he inaugurated the National University Students Skill Development Programme (NUSSD).
School Education Minister Rajendra Darda, Higher and Technical Education minister Rajesh Tope and Minister of State for Education D P Sawant were also present on the occasion.
Stating that quality education is the only criteria for surviving in a competitive world, he said universities should strive to enhance their teaching standards.