Published: 06th December 2017
Rajasthan Government introduces "Guru-Shishya" programme to improve student-teacher relationships
Rajasthan students can now talk bravely to their staff about all the issues that they face on campus
The Rajasthan government will soon introduce 'Guru-Shishya' programme in all districts, under which college students can have discussions with their teachers on the issues and problems related to their institutes.
According to the State Higher Education Minister Kiran Maheshwari, the programme will be held in one nodal college in each district where students selected on merit and elected members of students union would participate. It will soon begin from Jaipur, she told reporters here.
Highlighting the achievements of her department ahead of the fourth anniversary of the BJP government in Rajasthan on December 13, the minister said college and university infrastructure have been strengthening and new innovations introduced to improve quality of education.
She said the new technical university in Bikaner would start functioning from next academic session and a new board for engineering college would be formed. "New courses in technical education will also be introduced," Maheshwari said.