Jharkhand Government Decisions: Jharkhand government has decided to provide mobile tablets to 136 residential schools in the state for students of classes I to XII to continue their online studies in view of COVID-19. have taken. A decision to this effect was taken in a meeting of the state cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Hemant Soren here on Wednesday.
decision taken due to closure of schools
in the cabinet meeting, during the financial year 2021-2022, students and girls from class 1 to 12 in total 136 residential schools under the education department has been approved for providing mobile tablets. Due to the closure of residential schools due to Kovid-19, this decision has been taken to continue studies by staying at home.
Other decisions of the Jharkhand cabinet
In addition, the cabinet printed the achievements of the state government on the main page of the booklets to be distributed to the students of classes 1 to 12 in the government schools of the state. It has also been approved to do so. The cabinet has approved the ‘Jharkhand Assistant Teacher’s Service Conditions Rules 2021’ for the para teacher working under the Samagra Shiksha Yojana. also approved. The Jharkhand government has approved the rules related to para teachers who have been agitating for years, which will directly benefit about 62 thousand para teachers.
Nine billion rupees for subsidy on petrol to two wheeler owners
Jharkhand government has allowed two wheeler owners of the state to buy petrol at the rate of Rs 25 per liter up to Rs 250 per month. 9 billion, one crore rupees per annum and one billion, 39 lakh rupees for the current financial year has been approved.
Amount approved in the cabinet meeting on Wednesday
Decision to this effect was taken in the state cabinet meeting held in Ranchi on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Hemant Soren. In the meeting of the Jharkhand cabinet, nine billion one crore rupees, 86 lakh rupees per year to provide petrol subsidy of Rs 250 per month to the beneficiaries of the state’s National Food Security Act, 2013 and Jharkhand State Food Security Scheme and one for the current financial year. A budget provision of Rs.39 billion has been allowed.
The scheme will be implemented from Republic Day i.e. 26 January
Chief Minister Soren had announced to implement this scheme from Republic Day this year. Earlier, on the completion of two years of his government, Soren had on December 29 announced a subsidy of Rs 25 per liter on petrol up to 10 liters per month for poor and middle class people driving two wheelers. He had said that this scheme would be implemented from January 26.
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