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Centralization, the central government, will not be the case of Panjab University of Chandigarh

Centralization, the central government, will not be the case of Panjab University of Chandigarh

August 4th 2022, 4:48 am
Amitesh Kumar

Bharat Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann wrote a letter to the central government in which the issue was seriously raised. At the same time, Mann had passed the resolution in the Assembly.

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Chandigarh, a gospel to the students of the state and the students of Panjab University chandigarh. It is said that at the time of centralization of the Center at the Center have no plans for the centralized Punjab University Chandigarh. Now there will be no centralization of Punjab University Chandigarh. This assurance is made by the Central Government.

The Chief Minister wrote to the central government

The state Chief Minister Bhagwant Man wrote a letter to the central government to the issue was raised by the issue. At the same time, Mann had passed the resolution in the Assembly. The students had demanded that Panjab University of Punjab University should be given to Punjab not centralization.

The only legacy after India distribution was founded in Lahore 14 October 1882, then the country was distributed. Before the shift was shifted, it was established and destroyed in many places. It was reached Chandigarh and established in Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab and established in Sector 14. 196 are colleges with this university today, which has proved to have a nursery of many leaders and actors. Its buildings were made between the City Builder by the City Builder by the City Builder '1958 and 60 by the City Builder'. In 136 years, P. U.S. Has established themselves as a leading organization in the world in teaching and research activities. There are 78 teaching departments at this time. 3000 Tempans and 5000 non-teaching facts are working. The Punjab University Campus alone read about thirty thousands of students.

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