Udupi, May 5, 2015 : Speaking at the foundation stone laying for the advanced science research centre of Mangalore University on a 20 acre land stretch at Belapu at the cost of Rs 141.38 crore, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said the State government would provide all to support to the proposed post graduate centre of Mangaluru University in Udupi and directed the Vice Chancellor Prof K Byrappa to take immediate needed ation. The CM said that the main concern would be imparting quality education.
The government is taking up measures to introduce quality education to all in Karnataka. Only education, can build social and economic empowerment. He said to bring the children into the forefront of educational arena at global level is very tough, the task must be taken up with positive attitudes.
Reformation on social aspects through the educational empowerment of children needs effort and quality education is the right of every child. Disparity could be eliminated through education. He said the proposed science research centre would bring laurels to Karnataka at global level by involving itself into quality research. The purpose of the research centre is to invite the global scientists to engage in the research activities at the center. Rs 15 crore has already been released for the centre under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan. The centre would promote basic sciences and various activities for the benefit of human kind. Besides, the center would also take up research on environment and natural resources in coastal Karnataka.
CM Siddaramaiah made it clear the government would take stringent action against the miscreants who are into disrupting peace in the society, especially anti social and communal elements. The government will at any cost not tolerate the activities aiding communal disharmony in Karnataka.