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Dec 14, 2018
9:18PM

Govt committed to provide quality education right from primary to higher education: HRD Minister

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HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar has said that the government is committed to provide quality education in the country right from primary education to higher education.

Mr Javadekar said this at the national Conference on Positioning India on the Global Education Map in New Delhi today. 

He said, in higher education, government has taken tremendous steps to improve college education. 

The Minister said that ranking and rating increase competitiveness among institutions for better performance. 

Mr Javadekar said, teacher is the most important component to increase quality education in the colleges and universities. 

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