Challenges of future should be assimilated in education system-Minister Shri Patwari

Bhopal, August 1, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): The Minister for Higher Education Shri Jeetu Patwari said that challenges of future should be assimilated in the education system. He was addressing the 49th Foundation day programme of Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya today. Shri Patwari said that any ideology should not be promoted by the universities, when it comes to build children’s future. The first goal of the education is to make children a matured individual, so that they become independent in imaginative and conceptual form.
Shri Patwari mentioned that Abdul Hafiz Mohammad Barkatullah has contributed in the independence of the country. He has also given an important contribution in the education field. Shri Patwari further stated that the Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya is a unique example of Ganga-Jamuni tradition. Guru-Shishya parampara is the identity of Indian Culture. He mentioned that there is no scarcity of budget and vision for excellence in higher education. Shri Patwari informed that a budget provision of Rs. 55 crore has been for the current year to make Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya capable to secure highest ranking of NAAC next year. He further said that the appointments of professors will be made soon.
The Vice Chancellor of the University Shri R. J. Rao said that there is also a need for change in education and teaching system for comprehensive and quality education.
The Minister Shri Jeetu Patwari honoured teachers, officers and employees, who have completed 35, 25, 20 and 15 years service tenure in the university. He also honoured NCC and NSS cadets of the university, Young Scientist Awardees Smt. Poonam Arya and Shri Abhinav Bhargava along with the first female mountaineer of the state Ku. Megha Parmar, who scaled the Mount Everest. Shri Patwari also released a Magazine ‘Vision-2025’ on the occasion and planted a sapling in the university’s campus under the programme ‘ Ek Abhiyan- Dharti ke Shringar Ka’