Megha Protsahan Yojana himachal pradesh मेघा प्रोत्साहन योजना हिमाचल प्रदेश :- Himachal Pradesh Government has announced several schemes for the development of the state. There is a plan Megha Protsahan Yojana in those schemes. Under this scheme, the state government has made a budget of Rs. 5 crore. The state government will distribute lapatap to the meritorious students under the Megha Promotions Scheme. Under this scheme 849 meritorious students of the district have been selected for laptops.
In which 311 students were distributed laptops to September, 2017 and the process of distributing laptops to the remaining 538 meritorious students has started.Making further expansion plan, the government distributed lapatap to the meritorious students. Joint Director, Hipro Education Department, Sushil Pundir, Deputy Director Higher Education Amar Singh, Principal Amar Nath honored Chief Khatri Subhash Thakur by offering shawl, cap and samratika.
Megha Protsahan Scheme Himachal Pradesh
The main objective of the Himachal Pradesh Megha Incentive Scheme is to prepare the students of Himachal Pradesh for competition examinations. Under this scheme, assistance will be provided to the youth for coaching outside the state and the state. For this, the state government has made a provision of Rs. 5 crore. The students have to prepare for the Civil Services Examination for employment. As well as providing coaching assistance outside the state and state in higher level educational institutions.
The government is committed to providing quality education. In order to promote qualitative education, a provision of Rs. 7,044 crores has been made in this financial year’s budget. This information was given by local legislator Subhash Thakur while attending the concluding ceremony of the two-day camp of the two-day camp of the Meritorious Students Laptop Distribution Festival, World Health Day and the India Scout and Guide Association at the State Senior Secondary School, Kendra.
He said that all basic facilities are essential for quality education in schools. The State Government is launching a new scheme for the Chief Minister Model Vidya Kendra. Under the scheme, in all the assembly areas in a phased manner where there is no Navodaya Vidyalaya or Eklavya School. There will be an ideal residential school there. In which hostel and free education will be provided with all facilities. 25 crore rupees will be spent on 10 model schools in the first phase.
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