Yogi govt to give money to parents of students

Lucknow: The Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh is going to disburse money to students studying in primary and upper primary schools today to buy uniforms and bags. The government is going to transfer Rs. 1100-1100 to the account of the student's family. Chief Minister Yogi is scheduled to launch the scheme today. The scheme will benefit about 18 million students of the state.

Why will the government send money?: Money is to be sent to their parents' account through DBT for facilities available to students studying in schools from classes 1-8.  1100-1100 to the account of the family members of each student to buy school bags, uniforms, shoes and socks, sweaters. Chief Minister Yogi is scheduled to launch the scheme at 5 pm today at his official residence 5 Kalidas Marg.  It has been found that about 18 million children are studying in primary and upper primary schools in the state. These children are provided 2 pairs of uniforms, 1 school bag, 1 sweater, 1 pair of shoes and 2 pairs of socks each year. The distribution of shoes and socks, sweaters were started by the Yogi government. Out of which 2 uniforms have a budget of Rs 600, sweaters Rs. 200 and bags and shoes socks around Rs 250 to Rs 300 per student. That is a budget of about Rs. 1100 is spent by the government on a child.

Decision to send money to account after dispute: Every year these schemes cost a budget of about Rs 1800 to Rs 1900 crore. Corruption charges are levelled over the scheme. Sometimes questions have been raised about the quality of goods that students get. The government then decided to send the money to the parents' accounts of the students. In addition, a big problem was for children to get the wrong size shoes, socks, sweaters, and now that too will end. At the same time, the tendering process takes place every year for these facilities, which delay in benefiting children from late latency. One aspect is that these facilities take place from departmental officers to teachers to reach out to children.

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu asks youth to eradicate discrimination

On 'Bhai Dooj,' Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets the nation.

T20 World Cup: India's historical win in just 39 balls against Scotland, chances to semis increased

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -