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Kota: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla strongly supports opening of coaching institute, letter to Gehlot

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has also strongly supported the demand to restart Coaching institutes in the educational city Kota. Lok Sabha Speaker Birla has written a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday and asked him to start the coaching institute in Kota by fixing the rules and protocol as soon as possible.

In the letter sent to Chief Minister Gehlot, Birla wrote that Kota City Education Is Kashi It is the major educational center of the country. Every year a large number of children come for the preparation of the top competitive examinations of medical and engineering. It is the center of all the major coaching institutes in the country. The livelihood and local economy of thousands of people of the city is also based on coaching.

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The economic condition of the residents of Kota is being adversely affected.

Birla said that due to Corona, coaching institutes have been closed for the last several months. Its adverse effect is on the economic condition of the residents, hostel operators and other goods and service suppliers associated with this system. The Lok Sabha Speaker said that on September 30, the Central Government has issued a guideline saying that the state governments can give orders to open coaching institutes, following proper health guidelines and social distancing. On contacting the Union Home Ministry in this regard, they have also given the same information.

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Many states have started coaching institutes
Birla said that now the effect of corona has reduced in the country. Keeping in view the central government guidelines, many states including Punjab, Haryana, Assam, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand have started coaching institutes. In such a situation, the state government should also take an initiative to restart the coaching institute in entire Rajasthan, including the quota by fixing the rules-protocol, keeping the economic scenario in mind.

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