25k rupees will come to your account with just one click, know how

Bhopal: Free laptops will be distributed to talented students by the Shivraj Government of Madhya Pradesh on Friday, September 30, 2022. Preparations for this have been completed. The free laptop distribution program will be organized at Lal Parade Ground in Bhopal. Under this free laptop scheme, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will transfer an amount of Rs 25,000 to the account of meritorious students to buy laptops.

Let us know that earlier this program was to be held on October 3, 2022, but then its date was changed and now it will be organized earlier i.e. today. CM Shivraj Singh will relate this state-level program and it will also be broadcast live so that lakhs of people can be part of this program from their homes and all the students can be inspired.

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Who will get a laptop:-

Laptops will be distributed to students who score 75 per cent or more in the first attempt in class 12. An amount of Rs 25,000 will be given to these students in their accounts to buy laptops. This scheme will benefit about 95 thousand students of the state. The Chief Minister will transfer the amount to the student's account with a single click. All necessary preparations for the programme have been made by the Department of School Education and Tribal Affairs.

Students from all districts will come:-

Students from Bhopal as well as adjoining districts will come to participate in the Lal Parade Ground where the program will be concluded to take advantage of this scheme and be a part of the program. Arrangements have been made for their sitting to drinking water etc. The rest of the students will be able to join this scheme through a webcast. Efforts are being made to motivate other students through this scheme.

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