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Dharmendra Pradhan writes to Mamata over land allocation for JNV in South 24 Parganas-I, Malda

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Dharmendra Pradhan writes to Mamata over land allocation for JNV in South 24 Parganas-I, Malda

By PTI

NEW DELHI: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan wrote to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday in search of her intervention to make sure the state allocates land for everlasting campuses of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in South 24 Parganas-I and Malda.

Pradhan famous the land allotment difficulty for the 2 JNVs stays unresolved since 2007-08 and 2016 respectively.

With the state administration final yr withdrawing the short-term website on which the JNV South 24 Parganas-I used to be functioning since 2007-08, the scholars needed to be shifted to close by JNVs and new admissions have been placed on maintain, he stated.

JNV-Malda which was sanctioned in November 2016 remains to be non-functional for need of appropriate land for the development of a everlasting campus and short-term lodging.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are government-run Class 6-12 chain of residential faculties. They admit college students primarily based on an entrance examination.

“The prerequisites for the opening of a JNV are the provision of about 30 acres of suitable land, free of cost, along with adequate temporary rent-free accommodation, sufficient enough to accommodate approximately 240 students, to be provided by the concerned State Government to run the Vidyalaya for a period of 3 to 4 years,” Pradhan stated within the letter.

“JNV, South 24 Parganas was sanctioned in the year 2007 and made functional during the academic year 2007-08 from a temporary site provided by the district administration,” Pradhan stated, including the administration had assured to switch land in favour of NVS for building of the everlasting constructing.

“However, the switch of the supplied land remains to be awaited and the short-term website has additionally been withdrawn throughout February 2021.

As a consequence, the scholars finding out within the JNV, South 24 Paraganas-I needed to be shifted to the close by JNVs and additional admissions to the Vidyalaya have additionally been placed on maintain,” he stated.

The minister requested the West Bengal CM to look into the matter personally and difficulty essential directions to the officers involved to expedite the identification and switch of appropriate land and short-term lodging.

“So that these vidyalayas can be made functional at the earliest in the larger interest of the education of the rural children of these two districts,” the minister stated.

NEW DELHI: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan wrote to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday in search of her intervention to make sure the state allocates land for everlasting campuses of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in South 24 Parganas-I and Malda.

Pradhan famous the land allotment difficulty for the 2 JNVs stays unresolved since 2007-08 and 2016 respectively.

With the state administration final yr withdrawing the short-term website on which the JNV South 24 Parganas-I used to be functioning since 2007-08, the scholars needed to be shifted to close by JNVs and new admissions have been placed on maintain, he stated.

JNV-Malda which was sanctioned in November 2016 remains to be non-functional for need of appropriate land for the development of a everlasting campus and short-term lodging.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas are government-run Class 6-12 chain of residential faculties. They admit college students primarily based on an entrance examination.

“The prerequisites for the opening of a JNV are the provision of about 30 acres of suitable land, free of cost, along with adequate temporary rent-free accommodation, sufficient enough to accommodate approximately 240 students, to be provided by the concerned State Government to run the Vidyalaya for a period of 3 to 4 years,” Pradhan stated within the letter.

“JNV, South 24 Parganas was sanctioned in the year 2007 and made functional during the academic year 2007-08 from a temporary site provided by the district administration,” Pradhan stated, including the administration had assured to switch land in favour of NVS for building of the everlasting constructing.

“However, the switch of the supplied land remains to be awaited and the short-term website has additionally been withdrawn throughout February 2021.

As a consequence, the scholars finding out within the JNV, South 24 Paraganas-I needed to be shifted to the close by JNVs and additional admissions to the Vidyalaya have additionally been placed on maintain,” he stated.

The minister requested the West Bengal CM to look into the matter personally and difficulty essential directions to the officers involved to expedite the identification and switch of appropriate land and short-term lodging.

“So that these vidyalayas can be made functional at the earliest in the larger interest of the education of the rural children of these two districts,” the minister stated.