Chandigarh : The Punjab government, led by Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Mann, is continuously making efforts for the welfare of the poor people. Various schemes are being implemented by the state government in this regard. Dr. Baljit Kaur the Minister of Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minority, stated that an amount of Rs. 1 crore 47 lakh has been released for the repair and maintenance of the building of Ambedkar Institute of Careers and Courses at 3B-2 Mohali.
Giving more information Dr. Baljit Kaur the Minister of Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minority, highlighted that the Ambedkar Institute of Careers and Courses is one of the esteemed institutes in the state, offering high-quality career-oriented training and courses. Continuous efforts are being made in this institution to create an environment conducive to the optimal learning and development of the students. The institute provides excellent facilities in various fields, aiming to improve the standard of living for economically disadvantaged individuals.
Dr. Baljit Kaur emphasized the need for some repairs in the building and confirmed the immediate release of the aforementioned amount. Furthermore, she directed the officials of the department to ensure transparency and quality in the repair and maintenance works of the building of Ambedkar Institute of Careers and Courses, as well as to utilize the funds efficiently and effectively.