Rajasthan government is committed to providing quality education for all, says CM Ashok Gehlot
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said his government is committed to providing quality education to students in the state and various steps have been taken in this direction over the past three years. The Chief Minister was speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of Meghwal Women’s Hostel in Jhalamand in Jodhpur district on Friday.
Rajasthan government has improved its education system, says CM Gehlot
Addressing the event, he said it was the job of the state government to ensure that everyone in the state gets a better education. He also announced Rs 5 lakh from the Chief Minister’s relief fund for the hostel and assured to provide more financial support through the CSR fund. CM Gehlot also asked the people of the society to extend their help in improving the state education system. He further said that the government of Rajasthan has improved the education system and made better arrangements for the study and accommodation of students in a free and peaceful environment.
He further highlighted the state government’s education program where students are provided with free accommodation, food and other facilities for students staying in hostels. A total of 775 hostels for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Most Backward Classes are operated in the state. CM Gehlot added that more than 36,000 students directly benefit from this program.
The Chief Minister said that the Ambedkar DBT voucher scheme has also been launched to provide residential facilities for students in these categories. The Chief Minister said that the Ambedkar DBT voucher scheme has also been launched to provide residential facilities for students in these categories.