Hundreds of academicians from the country and abroad held discussions on various topics for raising the level of education in the state.
Mr Khattar said the state government had been continuously working to promote higher education.
Recently, 21 new colleges were opened at a distance of every 20 kilometre in the state. Twenty-seven more places have been identified for opening new colleges, he said.
He said education held a mirror to the society and the progress of any society could be measured from the level of education.
"At this two-day conference, academicians, including those from abroad, have given us various ideas to increase the standard of education and higher education in the state.
"We have to take care of education right from kindergarten to the post-graduation level. We have the basic infrastructure in place and will work on their suggestions," Mr Khattar said.
He said the quality of research and courses in the universities should be in keeping with the needs of the industry.
"There is a need to check such universities that are running business in the name of education. We have taken several steps to improve education and Haryana is the first state to introduce teachers' online transfer policy," he said in a statement.
The Haryana Kaushal Vikas Mission has been formed on the pattern of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana to provide employment opportunities to five lakh unemployed youth by imparting them with skill development training, Mr Khattar said.
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