Satish Aditya
Motihari :  Governor, Goa, Mridula Sinha, on August 23, 2019, said  here that education  plays a vital role in introducing the culture of society among the students and it is a life long process during which students learn new thoughts. It brings about  positive changes in behaviour improving the condition of  the society, Governor Sinha addressing  a gathering of girl students, teachers and  intellectuals at local Dr Sri Krishna Sinha Women’s College campus after unveiling the bust of late Ram Bihari Sharma, the founder of the college. The college was established at Motihari, headquarters of East Champaran District in North Bihar, in 1959.

Governor Sinha said  there was a perception  in society  that girls were a burden  on parents but  today  the girls  are doing better than boys in every field as they are talented, powerful and full of energy. “We  are committed to provide quality  education  in science subjects to the girls in remote areas across the country to use the human resources in the development of the country,” Sinha said.

Bihar Youth, Sports and Culture Minister Pramod Kumar  said that the state government has  decided to open high schools in each panchayats to bring higher education to the doorstep of the girls and boys.

Rajesh Kumar Singh, VC, BRABU University, Muzaffarpur, said  that the number of new course  should be increased  in the
universities and colleges in state to meet the standard of education  as in USA, China, and other developed countries. He announced that the examinations of different course would be held before December  in BRABU.  PG courses in different faculties have been started in different colleges in East Champaran District. I C Kumar, a retired IAS officer, Syndicate Member, BRABU, Mayankeshwar Singh, Principal, Dr S K Sinha Women’s College, Ratnesh Kumar Anand, were prominent among those addressing the gathering.

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