Following the footsteps of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the Rajasthan government will make it “mandatory” to hoist the national flag at all government colleges and universities, Minister for Higher Education Kali Charan Saraf has said.
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Responding to the debate in the Assembly over education budget at the ongoing session on Thursday night, Saraf said that the move is aimed at instilling patriotism in students.
Talking to The Indian Express, Saraf on Friday said that the government will soon issue necessary directives making it mandatory for all government colleges and universities to hoist the national flag. “All the state universities will also be asked to install a statue of Swami Vivekananda.”