Delhi University (DU) faculty has organized a seminar on Academic Campus and Border Security. Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), Personnel, MoS PMO, Public Grievances, Atomic Energy Pensions, and Space, Dr. Jitendra Singh lectured the students and the faculty.
Mr. Singh, while addressing the seminar on Academic campus and Border Security stated that it is an incongruity that even inside the college grounds, the issues identifying with borders or the line individuals don’t discover a lot of room either in the scholastic educational plan or in the campus conversations.
The minister said that this is very as opposed to the training continued in a portion of the Western Universities where not just issues identified with boundary and fighting involve a significant spot in the educational plan however the understudies additionally follow the convention of investing some energy out of their scholarly vocation with the powers either as learners or researchers.
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Dr. Singh indicated that the minimum that the educational institutions and University could do is to involve the border areas in the curriculum of the formal educational tours held for the candidates. The minister added that this won’t just empower the understudies to have a vibe of the political and energetic intensity yet additionally give them an acknowledgment of the difficulties looked by the officers on the boundary who stay eager and wakeful to watch us so we can complete our exercises at our spots.
Mentioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi for having taken specific decisions that strengthened the morale of safety forces as well as the community living along the borders. Dr. Jitendra Singh said 4 % reservation has been reserved in jobs and education organizations for the youth living along the International Border (IB).
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Dr. Singh said that the college scholars and various institutions working in the border areas could come out with particular concrete recommendations which could be spotted before the Ministry of Education, which is in the procedure of implementing the new National Education Policy (NEP). He also called for achieving the feasibility of campus placement for jobs in security forces on similar chains as is done for jobs in sectors encompassing Engineering and IT.