Jaipur: Rajasthan Governor Shri kalraj Mishra stated that text stuff interconnected to technical education should be available in English, Hindi and local languages. He also calls attention to the need to develop student’s technical skills and potentials to deal with local demands.
On Friday, Governor Shri Mishra shared an online speech by Raj Bhavan at the launching of the new building, research room and other facilities at the Rajasthan Technical University. The Governor also showed the tennis court, the design of laboratory, cafeteria building, 300-kilowatt rooftop solar power plant, and research centre on the university campus.
Governor Shri Mishra said that apart from the importance of technical education, the new education policy pays special attention to the quality and practical spreading of technical education. He called on technical education institutions and universities to continuously improve the teaching process, improve the quality of teacher training, and enable students to have the technical ability.
Governor Shri Mishra once said that in the era of Covid, the ongoing online education should not be biased. This should also highlight the continuity of continuous communication between teachers and students on both sides. He said that in technical education, courses related to practical life education should be fully included. If art and culture-related subjects are added to technical courses, technical education will not become a burden, and students will feel happy.
Governor Shri Mishra said that such technical education should be provided to students so that they can be employed by themselves and others. He also suggested creating a separate skills development center” in the university for this purpose. He expressed the hope that the new laboratory developed by the Rajasthan University of Technology can help students understand the practical aspects of research and point out new directions for the university’s research work.
Professor RA Gupta, the vice-chancellor, introduced the school’s progress report in his speech.
In the program, Governor Shri Mishra also asked participants to read the basic objectives and duties of the Constitution.
On this occasion, Mr Subir Kumar, Secretary of the Governor, Mr Naresh Kumar Malav, Registrar of RTU, and university professors, officials and employees attended the online meeting.