Gehlot government gave a big gift on Diwali, will get free education till 12th, will get all fees back

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Newz Fast, New Delhi: Rajasthan government has given a big gift to daughters on Diwali. Explain that the full cost of education up to class 12th will be given by the government to the daughters studying under RTI.

For this, the Indira Shakti Fee Recharge Scheme was started by the government. CM Ashok Gehlot had announced this in the budget. With the announcement in the budget, the education department had started working on it. Now its gift has also been given on the auspicious occasion of Diwali.

Taking a big decision, the government of CM Ashok Gehlot has also made girl education free from class 9 to 12. Under the implementation of the budget announcement of CM Gehlot, this order is going to be implemented from this year on behalf of the Education Department.

Its preparation has been completed by the Education Department. Under this announcement made with the aim of promoting girl child education, now from class 1 to class 12, where girls who get admission under RTE will get free education. At the same time, this year the girl students who have passed class 8th and took admission in 9th will also get its benefit.

Children are admitted under RTE on 25% seats

Education Minister Dr. According to BD Kalla, Right to Education was started by the government to provide better and quality education to the economically weaker children.

Under RTE, children are admitted under RTE in 25 percent seats of the primary classes in private schools of the state. Along with this, the lump sum fixed amount for the education of these children from class 1 to 8 is borne by the government.

But in the budget this year, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had announced free education from class 9th to 12th to promote girl child education.

Big effort to promote girl child education

According to the Education Minister, it was announced to bear the cost of education of daughters under Indira Shakti Fee Recharge Scheme. Education Minister BD Kalla has described this decision of the government as a big effort to promote girl child education.

Along with this, it has also been described as important in the direction of preventing drop out. The special thing is that on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, portals and apps related to this scheme have also been started so that on Diwali, daughters can be given gifts from the government.

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