New Delhi: The dream of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda to make Haryana as an international education hub is , Haryana Chief Minister on Sunday inaugurated 10 educational institutions in the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Education City Kundli, Sonipat.

These include Bharti Vidyapeeth University, Pune, Ashoka University, Skyline Business School of Asian Education Society, Foundation for Organisation Research and Education (FORE), Manav Rachna International University, NC College of Engineering and Research, Hindu School of Architecture, RIMT Technical Campus, Shri Balwant Rai Institute of Technology and Research and SRM University.

These institutes are being set up on 167.74 acres of land.

A sum of Rs 15,000 crore would be invested on the overall development of this education city which would provide quality education to about 1.5 lakh students. It would create employment opportunities directly and indirectly for about 50,000 people.

The project will have a capacity for 36,000-40,000 students and these projects will ensure quality education. 25 percent seats will be reserved for the students from Haryana, in which 5,000 students will get free education, 10,000 will get 50 percent concession whereas remaining 10,000 to get 25 percent fee concession.

(JPN)

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