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Aug 15, 2019
7:40AM

Gujarat govt to open Army schools in tribal-dominated areas

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Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that his government will open Army schools in tribal-dominated areas to provide required training to youths and to help them get selected to serve in defence forces. He also expressed resolve to ensure overall development of tribals in the state.

Chief Minister was speaking at a function in tribal-dominated Chhota Udepur district yesterday. He said that government has set up medical colleges in the tribal-majority districts of Dahod, Tapi, Surat and Valsad. Mr Rupani said his government has taken adequate steps to ensure that tribal population is not deprived of higher and technical education.


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