Ravma Vidyalaya Saloh will become the first completely smart school of the state – Mukesh Agnihotri.
Through sports, discipline, mutual cooperation and the ability to work hard develop in a person and sports also have special importance in the all-round development of a person. Therefore, there is a need to give equal importance to sports along with studies, so that the future young generation of the country can achieve its position through sports also. These views were expressed by Deputy Chief Minister Himachal Pradesh Mukesh Agnihotri while addressing the students and local residents present at the closing ceremony of the 38th State Level Under-14 Sports Competition for girls at Van Bihari Nand Brahmachari Government Senior Secondary School, Saloh.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the present era is an era of competition, hence every task in life including studies and sports needs to be done with hard work and passion, only then one can achieve success in life. He called upon the students to Keep working hard after setting goals and always respect teachers and parents.
Discussing about the development that took place in Haroli assembly constituency during the last two decades, Mukesh Agnihotri said that when he got the opportunity to serve the people of Haroli assembly constituency two decades ago, at that time this area was very backward in terms of development. happened. Due to the continuous efforts made by him during the last two decades, today Haroli Assembly Constituency is set as an example in the entire state in terms of development, the credit of which also goes to the people of this area, whose continuous support and blessings have enabled him to be elected from this constituency for the fifth consecutive time. Got a chance to represent. He said that in the near future this area is going to become a hub of education and educational facilities will be increased in the educational institutions of the area. He said that today 33 senior secondary schools and three colleges in Haroli assembly constituency are raising the flame of education in the area. He said that this is thanks to the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) established at a cost of Rs 150 crore in village Saloh of Haroli assembly constituency. The area has got special recognition in the country and the world. He informed that the new building of Industrial Training Institute Pandoga in Haroli assembly constituency has been completed and will be inaugurated soon. He said that Himcaps Law and Nursing College, Badhera, established in the cooperative area, also has a special place in Una district as well as in the entire state, from where the children studying law and nursing are bringing glory to the region in the country and the world. .
The Deputy Chief Minister said that today the district has a special identity in the entire state due to Mata Chintpurni Temple, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Indian Oil Depot, Himachal Pradesh’s longest Una Haroli Bridge and LPG gas system through pipeline. It is said that a big bridge is being constructed on Govind Sagar Lake between Lathiani-Mandali in Kutlahar assembly constituency of Una district at a cost of about Rs 400 crore. He informed that special buses will be run for religious places in Himachal Pradesh, which is being started from the upcoming Navratri. One bus will go from Dharamshala back to Dharamshala via Chintpurni and Jwalaji while another bus will be started from Una to Khatu Shyam.
Giving a strong message regarding drug eradication, the Deputy Chief Minister said that no person associated with drug trafficking will be spared, no matter how big he is or what ideology he belongs to. He called upon the students present to take a pledge to never take drugs in their life and to inspire others to do the same.
Mukesh Agnihotri said that Van Bihari Nand Brahmachari Government Senior Secondary School, Saloh is going to be the first completely smart school of Himachal Pradesh where education will be provided to the students using information technology through big LED screens. Apart from this, CCTV cameras, highly equipped wrestling ring and high speed Wi-Fi facility are also being provided in the school premises. In the program, he announced to fulfill all the demands of the local school administration and to give 21 thousand rupees from his desired fund to the children presenting cultural programs of the local school.
Before this, Deputy Director Education Devendra Chandel welcomed the chief guest and gave detailed information regarding the four-day state level sports competition for girls below 14 years of age.
Assistant Director (Sports) Lalita Negi also expressed her views in the program and gave detailed information about the state level event organized in Saloh.
In this state level competition that lasted for four days, District Sirmaur was the winner, District Kangra was the runner-up and District Solan was the second runner-up in hockey. In Handwal, district Bilaspur was the winner, district Una was the runner-up and district Hamirpur was the second runner-up. basketball
District Sirmaur was the winner, District Una was the runner up and District Kinnaur was the second runner up. From this state level competition, 37 players were selected for the national competition, in which 16 players were selected in hockey, 14 in handwall and 12 in basketball. All the selected players will represent Himachal Pradesh at the national level in their respective sports fields.
On this occasion, District Congress Committee President Ranjit Singh Rana, Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee Secretaries Ashok Thakur and Birendra Mankotia, Haroli Block Congress Committee President Vinod Kumar Bittu, District Congress Committee Secretary Pramod Kumar, Himcaps College President Vikram Singh, Advocate. Apart from Dharam Jeet Singh, President OBC Cell, Yashpal Jasa Pradhan Haroli Block Congress SC Cell, SDM Haroli Vishal Sharma, Superintending Engineer of Jal Shakti Department Engineer Naresh Dhiman, Regional Manager of Himachal Road Transport Corporation Suresh Dhiman, Assistant Director (Sports) Lalita Negi, Senior Vice President of District School Sports Association, Dr. Rajesh Kaushal, officers and employees of various departments and a large number of local residents were also present.