She has also ordered allotment of 17 crore rupees towards their annual expenditure.
Only Higher education can help a country develop and the development of all the departments is also based on the development of Higher education. Fully conscious of this irrefutable fact, the Government led by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has been implementing various pioneer schemes for the development of higher education and technical education in the state.
To enable the state to stride greated heights in the field of technical education, Ms Jayalalithaa has ordered the creation of new posts in the 7 new government polytechnics in Theni, Tiruvarur, Vizhupuram, Tiruvannamalai, Dharmapuri, Karur and Perambalur to ensure quality education for the second year students. Accordingly, a total of 371 posts, 53 each for the 7 polytechnics will be created. The 53 posts include 5 posts of heads of Departments, one each for Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics-Communication and Computer Science departments, 18 posts of lecturers, one librarian, one Physical Director, two Workshop instructor, 15 posts of Lab assistants, 2 assistants, 2 junior assistants, 1 typist, 3 security, one gardener, one conservancy staff and one scavenger. The government will incur an annual expenditure of 15.51 crore rupees, a Tamil Nadu government press release said.
Ms Jayalalithaa has also ordered creation of a total of 39 posts for the new government polytechnic college at Ambalakaaranpatti in Mellur Taluk in Madurai district. The 39 posts include 4 Department head posts, one each for Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics-Communication departments, 12 lecturers post, one librarian, one Physical Director, two Workshop instructor, 10 posts of Lab assistants, 1 assistants, 1 superintendent, 1 security, 2 gardener, 2 conservancy staff and 2 scavenger posts. The government will incur an annual expenditure of 1.38 crore rupees.
Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has ordered creation of a total of 410 posts and has also alloted 16.89 crore rupees towards the annual expenditure. This measure taken by the Chief Minister will help students of these colleges get quality education through talented teachers, the Tamil Nadu government press release added.