DDU Gorakhpur University VC met Hon. CM discussed A++ grade in NAAC accreditation
Gorakhpur to be developed as an important national education destination
Honorable Chief Minister assured to provide special incentive to the university on the lines of Central government
Big MNC like Google, Microsoft, Apple to be attracted to Gorakhpur
Lucknow: Vice Chancellor of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University Professor Rajesh Singh met the Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Shri Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow.
Vice Chancellor Professor Rajesh Singh discussed about A++ grading achieved by Gorakhpur University with Hon’ble Chief Minister. During the meeting, the Chief Minister congratulated the university and talked about extending all kinds of support from the state government. Honorable Chief Minister assured to provide special incentive to the university on the lines of Central government.
Centre provides 50 crore to A++ garde University, 50 core for incubation centre and 50 crore for sports facilities. During the meeting, the Honorable Chief Minister said that he would himself visit the university and would meet all the teachers, officers and employees. During the visit , the Chief Minister said that he will also see a presentation on charting out a roadmap to make Gorakhpur an education hub.
The Chief Minister has asked to prepare a blueprint to develop Gorakhpur as an important national education destination. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Rajesh Singh said that after this important achievement, we will work to make Gorakhpur an important national education destination and the efforts would be to attract international students and students from other states to Gorakhpur. Along with this, the strategy is to attract multinational companies like Apple, Google, IBM and Microsoft to Gorakhpur so that they can come here and provide better skill-based education to the students at low cost as well as give them jobs.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Rajesh Singh said that after achieving A++ grade and 3.78 score Gorakhpur University has joined the league of top four universities of the country. In which two are from the private sector and one is from the public sector. He said that it is difficult to work in public sector universities. But these universities have a glorious history of more than 50 years. There is huge potential in these universities. We now have to live up to the expectations of high standards of excellence in higher education. It’s a long journey and we are ready for it.