Amritsar, July 11
Punjab Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Ravneet Kaur today visited Khalsa College Public School (KCPS) and took stock of the Progressive Education Society, also known as `Super-50’ initiative. She took rounds of the campus, high tech computer and science labs, classrooms and interacted with students who, hailing from weaker sections of society, are getting training under program that prepares them for admission in engineering courses including Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).
Ravneet was accompanied by Additional Directorate, Public Instructions (DPI), Colleges, Jagdeep Singh and collected first hand information regarding the course’s progress and its working. KCPS Principal Dr.Sarvjit Brar said officials were highly impressed with the infrastructure set up and were appreciative of the preparedness of students for competitive examinations. During question-answers session, she got the feel of the intellect of students too.
She said the state government-funded project was one of the major success and they wanted that the similar project is replicated in other parts of the state too.
Later Khalsa College Governing Council honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina joined Principal to interact with the officials discussed significant aspects relating the reputed program. He said the program was the step in right direction to guide selected candidates for engineering examination on the lines of Super 50 project being run in Bihar.