Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal has said that the State Government will consider to set up International Haryana Education Department. He said this, while inaugurating the International Haryana Education Society at Haryana Niwas in New Delhi yesterday. The International Haryana Education Society has been founded by Rohit Ahlawat a youth from London.
The Chief Minister said, the State Government will fulfill the dream of the youth of the state to study and get job abroad. He said, for this the State Government has set up a Foreign Cooperation Department and Haryana is first state in the country to do so. Mr Manohar Lal said that the present government is the first to start giving passports with BA-MA degrees to the students and so far passports for 3,000 youths have been made.
The Chief Minister called upon the youth to learn foreign languages and shared he has also taken admission in Japanese Language learning course. He said that the cultural exchange is also a best medium to create mutual understanding. The Member of Parliament from Britain Virender Sharma and Dr Rajvir Dahiya from California and founder of the society Rohit Ahlawat also spoke on this occasion.