Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched the Amrit Mahotsav programme on the entry of Jabalpur Engineering College into its glorious 75th year. He also launched the Center for Incubation Design and Innovation and New Teaching Block established under ‘Srajan’, a step towards Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh.
Chouhan said that it is a privileged moment for me to participate in this Amrit Mahotsav of Jabalpur Engineering College. This is a historic occasion. This college has churned out many national and international personalities. On this occasion, Minister in-charge of Jabalpur and Minister of Public Works, Cottage and Village Industries Gopal Bhargav and Minister of Technical Education, Sports and Youth Welfare, Skill Development and Employment, Yashodhara Raje Scindia were present.
Chouhan said that we will make efforts to establish this heritage of Jabalpur as a world class engineering college. Chouhan said that there is a need to start two new branches at the graduation level in JEC for which we have worked out. We have decided that branches of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science and Mechatronics Engineering will be started here.
Chouhan also interacted with young engineering students during the Amrit Mahotsav programme. During this, he answered the queries of students Arya Singh Thakur, Ritika Sharma, Shrin Dubey, Purnima Srivastava and Rajneesh Kushwaha.
During the dialogue, student Arya Singh Thakur, asked the Chief Minister a question related to promoting industrialization in the state. Replying to his question, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that speedy work is being done to promote industrialization in the state. We have made our industry policy progressive and investor friendly. Continuous efforts have been made to remove the obstacles in the way of industrial investment. We have also planned ‘Start Your Business in Thirty Days’ in the direction of Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh. Right now 13 new clusters of our MSMEs have been approved and we are working towards increasing their number continuously.