Discussions on potential of innovations and inventions for sustainable development of state also organized
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, The inauguration of the administrative building and residential premises of MP Private University Regulatory Commission was held on February 9 at the institution near Kaliasot Dam.Meanwhile, a discussion on Potential of Innovations and Inventions for Sustainable Development of Madhya Pradesh: Opportunities and Challenges was also organized.
As Chief Guest in the programme, Higher Education Minister Jitu Patwari and Principal Secretary Higher Education Neeraj Mandloi were also present.Minister Jitu Patwari, said it is a matter of happiness that in the field of education in Madhya Pradesh, the commission has established its separate identity in the progress of private universities across India.
Regarding the discussion, keeping in mind the natural resources, research is needed in various areas in Madhya Pradesh so that the concept of integrated development can be successful. So, I sincerely hope there will be some positive initiative on the need and utilization of research from the discussion which will fulfill dream of prosperous and happy Madhya Pradesh.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Pandey, Chairman of MP Private University Regulatory Commission, said that in order to establish a dialogue between private universities, standard institutions and governance and motivate private institutions, the government established the Private University Regulatory Commission on 21 October 2009.
Commission with the limited resources works to maintain the quality of higher education, many such efforts are being made to develop portals and websites and also to facilitate video conferencing. The Commission is launching training programmes with the help of the government for resolving the problems being faced by the universities, in which the training programme is being run for the registrar, finance, auditing and other officers.
Commission will promote research in private universities. With the support of Central Institutes, it is planning to encourage the teachers and students of private universities.
The Commission is encouraging the universities to arrange special coaching and training for students who have scored less than 60 percent of marks studying in private universities. Instructions have been issued to all the Universities that they provide equipment and technical support in 50 nearby government schools.
Conservation of nature is a matter of faith
Sustainable development implies such development, which will meet the needs of the present times without affecting our future generations’ ability to meet their needs. Environmental protection for Indians, which is an integral part of sustainable development, is not a new concept.
Conservation of nature and wildlife in India is a matter of extraordinary faith, which is reflected in our daily lives and is described in mythology, folklore, religions, arts and culture.
The purpose of sustainable development goals is to create a common, equitable, safe, peaceful, prosperous and affordable world for all and to include all three aspects of development, namely social inclusion, economic development and environmental protection.