The Chief Minister visited 'Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre' at Sitapura, the main venue of the event and also carried out inspection of various places in the city, a CMO spokesperson said.
She directed the officials to make 'Resurgent Rajasthan Summit' a memorable and historical event and told officers of all concerned department that the event, in which investors from around the world will participate, will carve a new chapter in the state's development.
Issuing directions for preparing the venue according to the Rajasthani art and culture, Raje said arrangements should be made to bring participants face to face with art and culture of the state and added that special care should be taken to provide facilities to them.
She issued directions to officials of Jaipur Municipal Corporation and Jaipur Development Authority over cleanliness, removal of encroachment and stray animals, beautification and installation of road lights.
Urban and Development Housing Minister Rajpal Singh Shekhawat, Mayor Nirmal Nahata and officials of various departments were present on this occasion.
Raje also visited 'Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Sanskrit University' and asked the management to develop the campus premises in a planned manner.
She said courses should be run in the varsity according to the modern needs. She also issued directions to promote Yoga, Ayurveda and medicinal plants.
She visited Yog Sadhna Kendram and issued directions for research on Yoga and equipping the Kendram with modern facilities.
The chief minister held discussions with Vice Chancellor Vinod Shastri, professors and officials of the university on designing new courses for varsity along with subjects like Yoga, 'Jyotish' and 'Vastu Shastra'.


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