Ludhiana-An emergency assembly of the Non-Government Aided Colleges Management Federation was at this time held at Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana wherein the executed members unanimously accorded thanks and appreciations to Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann and his authorities for scrapping the choice relating Centralized Admission Portal for admissions within the Colleges in Punjab and Chandigarh.

The assembly which was headed by Federation Chief Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina in the meantime made an earnest attraction to the Chief Minister to problem the required notification on this regard on the earliest to clear the uncertainties nonetheless prevailing over the difficulty.

“We are thankful to the CM and his entire government for hearing our pleas and assuring that the Centralized Admission Portal will be taken back. Now we request the government to issues the necessary instructions in the form of the notification to the concerned department regarding this”, mentioned Chhina.

Various points relating the issues confronting the upper academic establishments had been mentioned in particulars throughout the assembly. The govt additionally determined to write down a letter to CM and Education Minister Punjab, Harjot Singh Bains, searching for an appointment from them to debate different points being confronted by the universities within the state.

“During the Jalandhar by-election, a top level meeting was held by the Federation with CM, Education Minister and Finance Minister, Punjab Harpal Singh Cheema and they had assured that that they would meet the Federation delegation again in the end of May. We now write to seek time from them to meet our delegation again to draw their attention to various issues”, mentioned Federation Secretary SM Sharma.

The govt additionally introduced {that a} assembly of the General House of the Federation representing all 170 Colleges in Punjab and Chandigarh can be held at Khalsa College Amritsar subsequent month to debate numerous maters confronting the establishments of upper studying within the state. The govt members in the meantime mentioned the problems together with pending grants, conversion of all aided posts filed underneath the 75% grants to the 95% grants.

Devki Devi Colleges’ Management President Nand Kumar Jain, Federation vice President Ramesh Kumar Kaura and Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal, Advisor Ravinder Joshi ji, Principal Dr, Mehal Singh, Principal and others had been current

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