Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday launched two schemes to supply financial help to varsity college students and literary our bodies of the state.

Below Pragyan Bharati scheme, 3,26,046 faculty college students got Rs 1,500 every for buying textbooks, whereas a complete of Rs 161 crore was reimbursed for the free admission of four lakh eligible college students.

The second scheme is Bhasha Gourab, underneath which the state authorities offered 21 Sahitya Sabhas (literary our bodies) with a complete of Rs 43 crore as a contribution in the direction of their corpus funds.

Below the scheme, 600 writers have additionally bought Rs 50,000 every to assist in their literary actions.

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The younger era should attempt for information via schooling and utilise the chance offered by the 2 schemes, the chief minister stated.

The state authorities is dedicated to offering greater schooling to the poorest of the poor, he stated.

Sonowal additionally urged dad and mom and lecturers to encourage the youthful era to participate in sports activities and cultural actions for his or her holistic improvement.

Literature is a mirrored image of the society and the Assam authorities is taking steps for offering monetary help to writers and indigenous Sahitya Sabhas, he stated.

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Schooling Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma stated that the state authorities has taken steps for offering major schooling until Class V to all college students of their mom tongues.

He additionally stated concerning the state governments plan to supply pocket cash to varsity college students within the close to future other than the cash offered for the acquisition of textbooks.

Due to the relentless efforts of the state authorities, Assam is on the second place within the nation within the index for academic improvement and likewise second within the efficiency of taking schooling to the poor, Sarma added.

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