Registrar of Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Education Board RP Singh said that the UP government has allocated Rs 479 crore in the state budget. This allocation will help in providing quality education in madrasas.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath
The Uttar Pradesh government has allocated Rs 479 crore under the madrasa modernization scheme in the financial year 2021-22. The Madrasa Board officials appreciated the allocation and said that it will help in providing quality education to the students. Especially when it comes to modern subjects like Mathematics, English, ,, Science.
Registrar of Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Education Board RP Singh said that the UP government has allocated Rs 479 crore in the state budget. This allocation will help in providing quality education in madrasas. This will also help in the madrasa modernization scheme.
There are 131 registered madrasas in Lucknow. According to the board’s data, 62 of these madrasas fall under the modernization scheme, both the central and state governments will provide funds for this scheme. According to the data, there are about 16 thousand madrasas in the state, in which more than 20 lakh students study.
Special announcement for youth too
Referring to the Chief Minister Abhyudaya Yojana, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Abhyudaya Yojana has been started for the youth. At present, this scheme is running at the Mandal level. CM Yogi said that this scheme has become very popular in other states as well. He said that under this scheme, the UP government will provide tablets for children. At the same time, a Sainik School will be opened in all 18 Commissionerates. Universities will also be opened in all the commissioners of the state.
Government will also promote sports
CM Yogi said that in this year’s budget, schools will be constructed for students studying Sanskrit on Gurukul system. The government will arrange free hostels and free food for the students. To promote sports, open gyms will also be built in villages. For this, the government will spend Rs 25 crore. At the same time, there are no medical colleges in 69 districts of UP yet. He said that the government will set up medical colleges in 16 districts at PPP mode. The facility of Atal Residential School will be provided for the workers of organized and non-organized sector of the state.