The government will give hundred rupees daily to the girl students when they come to school, scooters and other financial assistance for higher education

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The Assam government has taken a unique initiative to promote girl child education.

• Thee government will give 100 rupees per day to the girl students when they come to school, so that their interest in coming to school remains.

Education News: The Assam government has taken a unique initiative to promote girl child education. The government will give 100 rupees per day to the girl students when they come to school, so that their interest in coming to school remains.Education News: The Assam government has taken a unique initiative to promote girl child education. The government will give 100 rupees per day to the girl students when they come to school, so that their interest in coming to school remains. Apart from this, undergraduate students will be given 1500 rupees and postgraduate students will be given 2000 rupees for buying books. This amount will be deposited in their bank account by the end of January. Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the state government will give scooters and financial incentives to the girl students to ensure that they can attend classes regularly. The government took this decision only last year, but it was delayed due to Corona. Read More: 30% reduction in syllabus for board examination, brochure sent to schools Sarma said in Sivasagar on Sunday that the state government is currently distributing 22,000 two-wheelers under the Pragyan Bharti Yojana to the girl students who have passed the class 12th first class from the state board. The state government will spend Rs 144.30 crore for this purpose. The minister said that by the end of this month a plan of Rs 100 per day will be launched. However, he did not give any information about the financial impact on the government on its implementation. Read More: Remove 6 fears sitting inside the mind for definite success He said that the state government will provide scooters to all those students who have passed the first class from the state board. Even if this number crosses one lakh. He said that scooters would also be provided to all girl students who passed the Class 12 examination in the first class in 2018 and 2019. Read More: Good news for CBSE 10th and 12th board candidates, complete exam related to exam and results The minister is on a tour to distribute scooters and attended a bicycle rally on Monday. Meanwhile, school attendance on Monday was significantly higher than the first two days in schools reopened on January 1 after being closed for nearly 10 months due to Kovid-19.

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