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Govt talking about uniform laws to control population, says UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

  • It’s good that Samajwadis too are getting concerned about population now: CM Yogi
  • Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launches counterattack on Akhilesh Yadav on issues of education & unemployment in House
  • Unemployment rate has improved because of the employment generated in UP: CM Yogi

By Our Correspondent

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launched a scathing counterattack on Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav on issues of education and unemployment, which were raised by the latter in the House on Tuesday, and said that it was good that the SP was getting concerned about the problem of rising population now.

“We are discussing uniform laws to control this very issue of rising population. Earlier, a member had asked a question about basic education, a single course, and a single fee for the state. It would have been better if this also incorporated a single law for the entire country”, he said.

Recruitment process is being carried out with fairness and honesty

Answering questions raised by Akhilesh Yadav, CM Yogi remarked: “Uttar Pradesh’s unemployment rate was over 19 percent in 2016–17, and today it stands between 3 to 4 percent, which clearly shows the improvement made in the last six years through creation of employment opportunities on a large scale in the state. He mentioned that the government’s actions are clearly reflected in recent surveys.

He further pointed out that the recruitment procedures are being carried out with absolute transparency and fairness and there are no pending cases regarding use of unfair means and practices in appointments in courts. “Even the judiciary knows that there is absolute transparency in the recruitment process, and the government is progressing with cleanliness and complete honesty”, he remarked.

The Chief Minister further said, “Owing to this changed perception about Uttar Pradesh, investment proposals worth Rs 36 lakh crore were received during the Global Investors Summit, which will create one crore new jobs in the state. To make the youth of Uttar Pradesh technically capable, two crore tablets and smartphones are being provided.”

Vocational courses being provided to students alongside regular education to improve their employability

CM Yogi also stated that the National Education Policy 2020 has been implemented, which includes provision of various types of vocational courses, in addition to the regular courses.
He said that the state government has advanced a campaign that aims to integrate students through vocational courses while continuing with the regular curriculum in secondary education as well. This effort involves offering courses related to paramedical, drone technology, data analysis, 3D printing, or other certificate courses related to these fields.

Yogi said that comprehensive changes are being made to vocational education programs to facilitate the initiative.

Noose tightened around necks of the ‘cheating mafia’

Making a diatribe against Akhilesh Yadav, CM Yogi remarked: “I can understand your pain when you say that there have not been recruitments in the past 6 years. Actually, in the last 6 years, cheating-free exams have been systematically conducted in the state and noose has been tightened around the necks of the cheating mafias to bring them under control.

“For the first time, the high school and intermediate examinations of secondary education, which used to last 2 to 3 months, were completed in just 15 days, and the results were released in just 14 days. The results for 56 lakh students were published within only 29 days (from the beginning of the examination to the release of results). This is also a result of the reforms that are being witnessed in the education sector today”, he added.

Bill introduced to form a new Education Commission to ensure transparent recruitment*

The Chief Minister stated that as far as the recruitment of teachers is concerned, no case is pending in the court. He said that this government has recruited more than 1.64 thousand teachers in basic and secondary education.

Yogi Adityanath stated further that the government has introduced a bill to establish a new Education Commission to ensure transparent recruitment processes to fill vacancies in secondary, basic, higher education, technical education, vocational education and Sanskrit schools. “You will also have the opportunity to express your opinions on the bill. The government will consider any suggestions that come forward”, he added.

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