At a campaign meeting for the Legislative Council election for the North West Graduate and Teacher constituencies at the KLE Society in Belagavi on Saturday, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said he was engaged in the development of North Karnataka.
He also highlighted KLE’s contribution to the development of the southern state and said that Arun Shahapur and Hanumath Nirani are the ideal candidates and the electorate would not be disappointed if the duo were elected.
“The contribution of the Maharajas of Mysuru and KLE society is enormous in the development of the state, the contribution of KLE in the education sector is enormous especially in North Karnataka. President Prabhakar Kore led KLE Society on a noble path. institutions, KLE Society has grown into a mega-organization with 278 educational institutions over the past three decades under the capable leadership of Kore,” Bommai said.
He made his position on state education policy clear and said it was the government’s top priority.
“My government gives top priority to education. About 7,000 new classrooms are being built this year. About 15,000 teachers would be recruited, it was decided to upgrade 7 government engineering schools to standards of ITI,” he added.
He also mentioned that there will be links with foreign universities, a center of excellence will be established at the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and the new education policy is being implemented in the country. ‘State.
“Belagavi is a center of knowledge and skills. It has become the most important city after Bangalore,” he concluded.
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