Incentives for teachers in remote areas: Khattar
Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar has said that under a new transfer policy, school teachers posted in remote areas of Haryana will get incentives and those staying far away from their home will be provided accommodation.
“To improve the quality of education in rural areas a Teachers’ Training Programme has been launched and the process of teachers’ recruitment to regular posts is underway,” he said.
He further added, “Assessment of government school teachers is being done and those who perform well would be felicitated.” He also announced various projects for Gurgaon district including a new bus-stand, workshop on 83 acres land and a Justice Tower to be built over 7.5 acres at a cost of Rs 75 crore.
He announced a number of projects including a university in Kakrola village, girls’ college in Manesar and a hospital in Badshahpur. The chief minister said Rs 45 crore would be spent on different development works in all Assembly constituencies falling under Gurgaon district.
The state budget has been increased from Rs 69,000 crore to Rs 88,000 crore, under which each Assembly constituency would get more than Rs 200 crore for development works, he added.