With four out of 10 members of Parliament (MPs) having a put up-graduate diploma and they all had at the least a graduate degree, Haryana parliamentarian’s degree of training is higher than the countrywide average of 43% graduates, and 25% put up-graduates, showed information collated by the PRS legislative research.

Among the MPs in Haryana who hold a put up-graduate diploma are former IAS officer Brijendra Singh from Hisar, Rattan Lal Kataria from Ambala reserved, former IRS officer Sunita Duggal from Sirsa reserved and Dr. Arvind Sharma from Rohtak constituency, as according to the affidavits filed through them earlier than election fee of India.

Rohtak member of Parliament, Dr. Arvind Sharma, who defeated 3-time MP Deepender Hooda in his bastion Hisar, has a post-graduate diploma in a dental surgical procedure (prosthodontics). BJP’s Sirsacandidate Sunita Duggal has served as an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer.

All Haryana MPs have as a minimum a graduate diploma, shows statistics 1

IAS officer-grew to become politician Brijendra Singh, who defeated Jannayak Janata Party’s Dushyant Chautala, completed his Masters in Arts (MA) from Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU). Ambala (reserved) MP Rattan Lal Kataria did his post-commencement in Arts from Kurukshetra University.

Faridabad MP Krishan Pal Gurjar, Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh, Kurukshetra MP Nayab Singh Saini, and Sonepat MP Ramesh Chander Kaushik have regulation ranges. Bhiwani-Mahendergarh MP Dharambir Singh holds a bachelor’s diploma in arts, and Karnal MP Sanjay Bhatia has a trade degree.

Amit Nehra, a political expert, says humans have more expectancies from educated legislators. “People believe a knowledgeable MP will make efforts to bring trade into a workplace that has become related to corruption.” He brought that the song file of much less-certified MPs suggests that the intelligence of character does no longer relies upon degrees.