Mohapatra said the State Government has decided to provide land documents including sale deeds to people within one hour of registration at the sub-registrar offices.
He said that the decision has been taken as MLAs have immense workload and are not able to give time to the colleges.
Officials said the new initiative is aimed at breaking the stereotype that government school students cannot converse well in English.
With the annual Plus II examination scheduled to begin from March, the state government does not want any kind of agitational activities in the campuses that may hamper their preparations.
CM Naveen Patnaik also laid the foundation stone for 22 projects at an estimated cost of Rs 59.44 crore.
Swabhiman chief executive Sruti Mohapatra said she was in contact with the Centre since 2017 to arrange a special flight for children with disabilities.
The department came out with a resolution following order of CM Patnaik to put in place a clear guideline in regards to participation of reserved category candidates against unreserved posts.
A few days after reaching a place in the neighbouring country, they were forced to work for 15 hours every day.
The Ministry of Finance has granted an interim extension of on going schemes of the Ministry for another period till March 31, 2021 or till the date of recommendation of the 15th Finance Commission.
The administration does not seem to have learnt a lesson from the tragedy in which 10 tourists, including eight children, drowned while returning from Hukitola island on January 2 2019.
Meanwhile, the fishermen alleged that despite their repeated demand for a fishery jetty to anchor their boats, no steps have been taken.
Odisha Tourism Minister Jyoti Prakash Panigrahi said the project may be revived if re-estimated and sent to his department.
Behera said that the Government wants sports enthusiasts and students to explore the possibilities of entrepreneurship and startups in the field.
The projects include 2.3-km trumpet bridge from Mangalaghat connecting Jagannath Ballav pilgrim centre with old jail parking place at a cost of Rs 181 crore.
Biju babu, known for his daredevilry act and piloting acumen, had formed Kalinga Airline which had 15 Dakota planes at its headquarters at Kolkata.