Punjab Cabinet Approves Lamrin Tech Skills University
Chandigarh [India], Sep 17 (ANI): To strengthen industry-oriented education, training and research in the state, the Punjab Cabinet on Friday approved the establishment of a self-funded “Lamrin Technical Skills University” at Railmajra in Balachaur (SBS Nagar).
The decision was made during a virtual Cabinet meeting chaired by the Chief Minister of the Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh. The university will become functional from this academic session.
The Council of Ministers gave the green light to the project of “Lamrin Tech Skills University Ordinance 2021” and authorized the Chief Minister to approve the final draft prepared by the Legal Memory, without submitting it again to the Council of Ministers.
âThe next self-funded ‘Lamrin Tech Skills University’, established as a skills research and development university on an area of ââ81 acres, will be developed in a village of Railmajra in SBS district, with an investment of Rs 1,630. crore over five years It will host between 1,000 and 1,100 students each year when the campus is fully established, âthe statement said.
âThe University would play a key role in delivering world-class higher education to students in order to empower them to be globally competitive and better equipped. It would also provide instruction, a teaching, education, research and training at all levels in higher education disciplines, including specifically designed skill-intensive programs in engineering, management, medical technology skills, vocational education and other focused programs on skills in collaboration with industry and foreign universities.The programs will be designed according to the needs of industry and society in general, as deemed necessary by the University and admissible under national or central law and with the approval of the relevant regulatory authority, âhe said.
The government of Punjab has made it compulsory to reserve 15 percent of seats exclusively for Punjab students at the next university, and a full grant / free tuition to at least 5 percent of the total enrollment among applicants belonging to the weakest sections. of the company, within the framework of the order and its terms.
âThe Higher Education Department issued a Letter of Intent after reviewing the proposal and adopting the required procedure in accordance with the provisions of the Punjab Private Universities Policy-2010 to the sponsoring body on July 7, 2020, followed by a full proposal for the establishment of a self-funded private ‘Lamrin Tech Skills University’ received from the Rayat Educational and Research Trust, Village-Railmajra in Tehsil Balachaur of SBS Nagar district, “the statement said. (ANI)