Problem will be solved in the Govt Museum

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There will be a brainstorming session on the problems of the state museum
Jhansi. Officials will brainstorm Tuesday to get the state museum’s precautions on track, which is facing staff shortages. In order to solve the problems of the museum, a meeting is organized with the district judge, the city administration, archeology, tourism, the PRD, the Heimwehr and the JDA officials. In which important decisions for the museum’s operation are made.
Due to a lack of staff, only six of the museum’s 16 galleries were shown to tourists. For a long time the museum was opened under the supervision of a single employee. The museum was closed due to the retirement of the only employee during the Corona curfew. As soon as the museum closed, there was a call for the museum to be opened with performances all over the city.
Due to this, the museum was opened to tourists through the temporary suspension of the staff of the Archaeological Department. In order to overcome the staff shortage in the museum, a meeting of several departments was convened on Monday under the chairmanship of the district administrator, but this has now been postponed to Tuesday. The regional archaeological officer Dr. SK Dubey said an important decision about the museum would be made at Tuesday’s session.

There will be a brainstorming session on the problems of the state museum

Jhansi. Officials will brainstorm Tuesday to get the state museum’s precautions on track, which is facing staff shortages. To solve the problems of the museum, a meeting is organized with the district judge, the city administration, archeology, tourism, the PRD, the Heimwehr and JDA officials. In which important decisions for the museum’s operation are made.

Due to a lack of staff, only six of the museum’s 16 galleries were shown to tourists. For a long time the museum was opened under the supervision of a single employee. The museum was closed due to the retirement of the only employee during the Corona curfew. As soon as the museum closed, there was a call for the museum to be opened with performances all over the city.

Due to this, the museum was opened to tourists through the temporary suspension of the staff of the Archaeological Department. In order to overcome the staff shortage in the museum, a meeting of several departments was convened on Monday under the chairmanship of the district administrator, but this has now been postponed to Tuesday. The regional archaeological officer Dr. SK Dubey said an important decision about the museum would be made at Tuesday’s session.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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