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Javadekar opens new permanent campus of IIM, Trichy

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New Delhi | Monday, Apr 3 2017 IST
Union Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar today declared open the new permanent campus of Indian Institute of Management, Trichy in Tamil Nadu through video-conferencing here. Speaking on the occasion, he congratulated the faculty of IIM Trichy for the timely completion of new campus and expressed hope that best quality education in the new premises would be offered to the students coming there with promising dreams of a settled and secure career. The Minister said, "In our quest for quality education and our quest for continuous improvement in the quality of higher education and providing facilities for medical student the government has opened seven new IIMs, six New IITs, one new Central University , one new IIIT and one NIT, more than 104 Kendriya Vidyalayas and 62 Navodaya Vidyalayas". The effort of the government was for expansion of quality education, he said. The Minister exhorted the students for extending helping hand to society as and when required in future as for now the expenses on their career building are coming from the taxes paid by the citizen and society at large. UNI RBE RSA ADG 1930

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