Semester System Ends from General Courses of Graduation Level


The cabinet meeting held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has decided to end semester system from general undergraduate courses like B.A., B.Sc., B.Com being conducted in the colleges of the state. Yearly method will be adopted from the academic session 2017-18. Arrangement of yearly and internal evaluation will be in ratio of 80 and 20 under this. Prescribed system will be adopted as per the provisions of regulatory institutions in the fixed undergraduate course. Semester system in post graduate courses will continue as it is.

Moreover, the cabinet has given its approval for continuation of small irrigation programme being conducted by Water Resources department for next three years. An amount of Rs. 4060 crore 44 lakh will be spent in this period and an irrigation capacity on One lakh 70 thousand hectare will be created by completing 300 small irrigation projects.

Furthermore, the cabinet has given approval for upgradation of stadium constructed in Datia and has given a sanction of Rs. 4 crore 80 lakh 68 thousand to run sports training centre besides approval of 9 posts on outsource basis.

Sports Complex Approved for Rewa

A sum of Rs. 12 crore 6 lakh 85 thousand for construction and to run sports complex in Rewa has been approved by the cabinet. Moreover, approval for 19 posts on outsource basis has been given for sports complex.

In addition, the cabinet has given approval for Rs. 74 crore 75 lakh towards social and environmental basic facilities in gas affected areas of Bhopal city. Approval to send the proposal to the Union Government in this regard has been given by the cabinet. Houses worth Rs. 14 crore will be constructed under the social rehabilitation and economic rehabilitation works at a cost of Rs. 60 crore 75 lakh will be carried out under this.

Moreover, the cabinet has also given its approval for amendments in Mukhyamantri Utkrashtta Pursukar rule -2007.