ITANAGAR, Jan 6 - Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar has assured that the seven proposed Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) will be opened in Arunachal Pradesh this financial year-end, for which the requisite Cabinet proposal will be moved shortly.
The HRD Minister gave this assurance when the Arunachal Governor Brig (Dr) BD Mishra (Retd) called on him in New Delhi on Saturday and pleaded for early opening of the proposed Kendriya Vidyalayas in the State.
The proposed KVs are in Kurung Kumey, Dibang Valley, Namsai, Upper Subansiri, Anjaw, West Siang and Upper Siang districts.
The Governor, who is on an official tour to the national capital, also took up various issues in regards to education sector of Arunachal Pradesh.
Committed to improve the primary education in the State and overcome the dropout rate in Arunachal Pradesh, the Governor also requested the HRD Minister for establishment of three Navodaya Vidyalayas for the three newly-created districts of Shi Yomi, Lepa Rada and Pakke-Kessang.
The Union Minister assured the Governor to move the proposal in the next meeting of the Union Cabinet.
In another �development�, the Governor took up the issue of the State�s lone Government Law College, located at Jote near Itanagar, which was scheduled to be opened last year but that could not be done due to its non-approval by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
In this regard, he spoke to BCI Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra. Responding to the Governor�s request, the BCI Chairman assured that he would be sending a team from the Bar Council for inspection at the earliest.