School children in Rajasthan will get free tablets and internet, new schools and ITI will open

Jaipur : Finance Minister Diya Kumari made several announcements on Wednesday in the first full budget of Bhajanlal government. Along with important announcements regarding water, electricity and roads, the Finance Minister also made many big announcements in the field of education. 50 new primary schools will be opened in the state. Also, new buildings will be constructed. Apart from this, 20 new ITI will be opened in the state. The special thing is that now there will be the title of Vice Chancellor in the university. Finance Minister Diya Kumari announced to bring Youth Policy 2024 in Rajasthan in the budget speech. He said that 50 new primary schools, 20 new ITI and 10 polytechnic colleges will be opened in the state. Students coming in merit in class 8th, 10th and 12th will get tablets and internet connection will also be available free of cost. Business innovation campaign will be started in schools and colleges. The Vice Chancellor of universities will now be called the Vice Chancellor. Engineering colleges of Bharatpur, Bikaner and Ajmer in the state will be developed as Rajasthan Institute of Technology. Rs 300 crore will be spent on this. Along with this, work will be done to improve the infrastructure in schools.

These big announcements were made in the field of education

-Announcement of recruitment for 1 lakh posts in the Education Department in 1 year.
-50 new primary schools will be opened in the state.
-Tablets and free internet to meritorious students of class 8th, 10th and 12th.
-10 polytechnic colleges will be opened in the state.
-20 new ITI’s will open in the state.
-Now the Vice Chancellor of universities will be called Kulguru.
-Announcement of bringing Youth Policy 2024 in Rajasthan.
-Business innovation campaign will be started in schools and colleges.
-New subjects will be introduced in school education.
-Engineering colleges of Bharatpur, Bikaner and Ajmer will be developed as Rajasthan Institute of Technology.
-Development of other facilities including library and toilets in schools at a cost of Rs 350 crore.
– Mess allowance in aided hostels increased from Rs 2500 to Rs 3000.
-Announcement of increasing the mess allowance of players to Rs 4 thousand.
– Rs 100 crore will be spent on the repair of buildings of 750 schools.
-5 new Anganwadi centres will be opened in every assembly constituency.