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Punjab cabinet approves establishment of LAMRIN tech skills university in SBS Nagar dist

Chandigarh, Sep 17 (UNI) The Punjab Cabinet on Friday approved the establishment of the private self-financed ‘Lamrin Tech Skills University’ at Railmajra in Balachaur (SBS Nagar) to strengthen industry-oriented teaching, skill training and research in the state.
This decision, which will pave the way for the development of the region as a major skill and technological hub, was taken during a virtual Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh. The university will become functional from this academic session.
The Cabinet gave the nod to the draft of ‘‘Lamrin Tech Skills University Ordinance 2021’, and authorized the Chief Minister to approve the final draft prepared by the Legal Remembrancer, without placing it again before the Council of Ministers.
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