BENGALURU: In an offer to empower young lady youngster instruction, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday reported that all young ladies considering in government establishments up to post-graduation will be sans given training.
“Rs. 95 crore of the financial backing would be spent on giving free instruction to all the young lady understudies taking confirmation in government pre-college (eleventh and twelfth), degree and post-graduation courses,” Mr Siddaramaiah, who likewise holds the fund portfolio, said while showing the Budget for 2018-19.
The arrangement of free training up to post-graduation is relied upon to profit 3.7 lakh young lady understudies in the state.
In 2017, the state government had reported free instruction for young ladies from class 1 till graduation in government schools and government helped tuition based schools from 2018-19 scholarly year.
“An aggregate of Rs. 4,514 crore is being accommodated advanced education in 2018-19,” Mr Siddaramaiah stated, showing his thirteenth state spending plan.
Amid 2018-19, 100 ‘Karnataka Public Schools’ will be opened over the state at a use of Rs. 5 lakh for each school, and an aggregate consumption of Rs. 5 crore, he said.
The Chief Minister has reserved Rs. 22,350 crore in the 2018-19 Budget for essential and auxiliary instruction.
To guarantee security of the kids at government essential and optional schools, CCTV cameras will be introduced in the forthcoming monetary, Mr Siddaramaiah said.
COMMENTS”Rs. 5 crore has been assigned to give advanced library office through distributed computing to around 10 lakh understudies examining in government secondary schools and pre-college universities.”
Mr Siddaramaiah likewise declared free transport goes to understudies from schools and universities over the state from 2018-19, profiting 19.6 lakh understudies.happy wheels
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