CM Bommai states about the new employment policy on the anvil in Karnataka

He further stated that there is a crucial need to enhance and upgrade higher education and professional courses to international learning standards and thus the Higher Education and Skills Development Departments are working simultaneously to this effect.

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Chief Minister Bommai states about the new employment policy on the anvil in Karnataka

On Thursday, Basavaraj Bommai who is the Chief Minister of Karnataka stated that his government plans to introduce a new employment policy very soon, that will provide impetus to more job creation and decrease unemployment in Karnataka. He further stated that there is a crucial need to enhance and upgrade higher education and professional courses to international learning standards and thus the Higher Education and Skills Development Departments are working simultaneously to this effect.

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On Thursday meanwhile, the Karnataka Legislative Assembly approved the controversial anti-conversion bill amidst opposition from leaders of Congress. It will now be sent to the council to get approved. J C Madhuswamy who is the law minister had earlier locked horns withSiddharamaiah who is the former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition, with the former alleging that the bill was formulated during the latter’s tenure. The Karnataka Right to Freedom of Religion Bill, 2021, also known as the anti-conversion Bill, has various controversial provisions, which include a maximum punishment of 10 years of imprisonment for conversion forcefully of persons from Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe communities, minors, and women, to a different religion.

On early Thursday morning, even as the House was discussing and debating on the passage of the bill, news came out that a church in Karnataka’s Chikkaballapur district was vandalized by wrongdoers.

K. Sudhakar who is the Health Minister of Karnataka stated on Thursday that 12 new cases of Omicron variant of Covid-19 have been detected in the state, which makes the total tally of variant cases to 31. 10 of the 12 news cases have been detected in Bengaluru itself, while 1 each have been detected in Mysuru and Mangalore respectively, stated by the Minister on Twitter. The maximum of patients are returnees from the United Kingdom.

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CM Bommai states about the new employment policy on the anvil in Karnataka
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He further stated that there is a crucial need to enhance and upgrade higher education and professional courses to international learning standards and thus the Higher Education and Skills Development Departments are working simultaneously to this effect.
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