Ranchi, May 9: The State Government approved the Jharkhand Medical
Services Protection bill 2017.
A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the state
cabinet which was chaired by Chief Minister Raghubar Das at the
project building here.
An official press release issued after the meeting said that among
other key decisions the state government has decided to open
residential schools on the likes of Netarhaat and Indira Gandhi Balika
Vidyalay in South Chottanagpur Division (Ranchi), Kolhan Division
(Chaibasa) and in Santhal Pargana Division (Dumka).
A sum of Rs 41.86 crore has also been sanctioned to provide LPG
connections to prepare hot food under the mid day meal scheme. The
cabinet also passed a decision to continue new posts of the principal,
vice principal, graduate trained teachers and other educational staffs
for the 89 model schools being run by the state government.
It was also decided that the Indira Gandhi Balika Vidyalay would be
upgraded to a plus 2 level school.