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State Observes Vijay Diwas; Need to improve human resources sector in the state: CM

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Imphal, Dec 16

Manipur joined the rest of the country in paying tributes to the martyrs, who laid down their lives for the Nation during the Indo-Pakistan war in 1971, on Vijay Diwas today.
The State level observance was held at the Banquet Hall of 1stBattalion Manipur Rifles with Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and Deputy Chief Minister Y. Joykumar Singh as the chief guest and functional president respectively.
Addressing the function, N. Biren Singh said that we all must commit ourselves to improve the human resources sector in the State. Our State would move forward only when we develop our human resources, he added. He also opined that there is a correlation between human resources development and development of a state or a country.
Mentioning that development is not just about infrastructural development, the Chief Minister maintained that we must change our approaches and perspectives to bring positive transformation in the State. He also stated that we must not forget that it is the responsibility of the government to provide quality education to our children. We need to produce great and eminent persons who can make our State proud, he added.
The Chief Minister stated that according to a recent report, Manipur University could not find its place among top 100 best Universities of the country. We need to closely examine why Manipur University had failed to make in the top 100 list, he added. He further stated that we must be committed in providing quality education to the students and to create strong academic atmosphere in all the institutions of the state. He also advised the State Education Minister to take necessary actions against those who instigate innocent students to participate in any form of agitation.
N. Biren informed that he has directed the Chief Secretary to monitor and review the ongoing projects and developmental works being taken up in the State.
On the occasion, Chief Minister paid his rich tribute to those soldiers who sacrifice their lives for the integrity and sovereignty of the country.
Ministers, MLAs, Administrative Secretaries, heads of departments, top ranking civil and police officials also attended the function.

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