The Rajasthan authorities plans to spend greater than Rs 17 crore on this monetary yr for offering teaching to college students for aggressive exams. That is a lot greater than final yr’s determine of Rs 3.5 crore.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had began ‘Mukhyamantri Anupriti Teaching Scheme’ in 2021-22. He realized that many meritorious college students are unable to attend teaching courses and fall behind in aggressive examinations because of lack of cash.
Below the scheme free teaching is supplied to such college students from reputed teaching institutes in order that they’ll fulfill their goals. For the present monetary yr the state authorities has allotted Rs 17.15 crore and the variety of seats has additionally gone as much as 15,000.
The state authorities had set a goal of offering free teaching to 10,000 college students final yr and round 9,000 college students have been chosen from over one lakh purposes. The federal government allotted Rs 3.65 crore and spent Rs 3.54 crore for the yr 2021-22.
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College students belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Different Backward Lessons, Minorities, Economically Backward Lessons and specially-abled – whose household annual revenue is Rs 8 lakh or much less – are eligible to avail this free teaching scheme.
Below the teaching scheme, college students are ready for varied examinations together with Civil Providers, Rajasthan Administrative Service or Rajasthan State Subordinate Providers Mixed Aggressive Examination, Rajasthan Eligibility Take a look at for Academics (REET), IIT JEE and Medical Faculty Entrance Examination.
Below this scheme 116 teaching institutes submitted their proposal on-line to offer teaching for one or two examinations and the state degree committee empaneled 47 teaching institutes.
If a scholar is allotted a training institute in one other metropolis, the federal government pays an extra Rs 40,000 per yr for boarding and lodging.
Neeraj Yadav, a resident of Bagru in Jaipur district, was getting ready for IIT, however his father’s monetary situation was not good. So he couldn’t ship his son for teaching in any huge institute. He discovered about Mukhyamantri Anupriti Teaching Scheme and requested Neeraj to use. Now, Neeraj is getting ready for IIT in one of many high teaching institutes.