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Talking to newsmen here, Mr. Valsaraj said this was as per the directives of the Union Health Ministry.
He expressed the hope that the course would widen the employment opportunities for those passing out of the college.
The Minister, who hails from the Mahe region, said there could be no justification for the Delimitation Commission to reduce the number of constituencies in Mahe from two to one.
Mr. Valsaraj handed over a relief of Rs. 15,000 to the widow of a construction worker, S. Krishnamoorthy of Sokkanathanpet, under a scheme of the Building and Construction Workers Board.
The Board also sanctioned Rs. 1,000 to the family towards the funeral expenditure.
Pay scales revised
Mr. Valsaraj said the pay scales of craft teachers, drawing instructors and allied trade instructors had been revised and the posts upgraded as Group-B non-gazetted.
The Directorate General of Employment and Training, attached to Union Labour Ministry, had cleared the proposal of the Union Territory administration to revise the scales and posts.
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