It was delivered by R K Bagchi, director, National Institute of Secondary Steel Technology, Mandi Gobindgarh, who spoke about steel making beginning right from the mines and ending in billets. He mentioned that steel is the backbone of any country and also shared the details of recycling scrap.
The initiative is aimed at removing financial barriers for the meritorious girls, enabling them to realise a bright future. Various initiatives for personality, holistic development and career guidance are also included in this programme.
Vinod Tawde said, “We will put an end to such practice of integrated colleges from year 2018. The students and their parents should take note of this. In every college, we are going to make attendance compulsory through biometric means.”
Speaking at a press conference, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said he had been reviewing the arts and culture department since taking charge and “realised that the approach towards languages needed to be changed extensively”.