The Haryana government has made a big announcement on school fees to promote education among students.
The Haryana government has announced free education for those whose verified family income is less than Rs. 1.80 lakh per annum. Haryana’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
Haryana’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar made this announcement with students who cracked the civil services exam-2020 and JEE Advanced exam 2021 under Haryana’s ‘Super 100 Programme’ during a state-level felicitation program held at Panchkula.
The Announcement made by Haryana’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar
Haryana’s Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar made this announcement during a state-level felicitation program held at Panchkula. Haryana’s Chief Minister announced free education for those whose verified family income is less than Rs. 1.80 lakh per annum.
The chief minister said that the state government wants to ensure that no talented student who belongs to a poor family loses a chance to pursue his or her dreams.
CM praised students who cracked the JEE Advance exam
CM praised 29 students from poor backgrounds who had cracked the JEE advance exam. He said that these students are a great example of achieving their dreams. No one can stop you from achieving your dreams if students have talent. He also added that they will make Haryana proud in whichever field they will opt for.
Other statements from Haryana’s Chief Minister
Regarding the New Education Policy 2021, the Chief Minister said that institutions are being set up in the state where education will be provided from KG to postgraduate levels. It will arrange to imitate education from KG to PG in four universities. Kurukshetra University has started preparing for admission to be given under the KG to PG scheme from this academic session, which is 2021-22.
In this regard, CM said that the online teacher's transfer policy is one of the greatest examples of this system. More than 90% of teachers are satisfied.
He also added that we have been doing various work to bring in revolutionary reforms and ensure government welfare benefits reach those at the bottom of the pyramid in the last seven years.