Dausa: Rajasthan Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot today said that Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor
would trigger industrial boom in the state as its 40 per cent
part is proposed to cover Rajasthan.
Inaugurating state polytechnique college building here,
Gehlot said that the corridor, a project of Rs. 20,000 crore,
would benefit several parts of the state including Dausa
district and investors would get benefitted by the corridor.
He also said that the state government was focusing on
technical education to create the state a talent hub.
"Globlization, computers, E-mail, mobiles have transformed
today`s picture. New companies are coming up for investments
and youths who have taken technical education are working on
good salary packages.
"We are making efforts to make technical education easily
available for the youths of the state to stop migration of
talent to other states for education. We want them to take
benefits from the technical revolution," Gehlot said.
State Technical Education Minister Mahendra Singh
Malvia, Cooperative Minister Parsadi Meena were among others