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Team Careers360|Apr 12, 2021
NEW DELHI: The central government announced the Union Budget 2021, earlier this month, drastically cutting funds for crucial education schemes including the Samagra Shisha Abhiyan.
Here we take a look at the significant announcements in state budgets following the announcement of the Union Budget 2021.
Compiled here are the broad announcements and budgetary provisions made for education in 2021-22 by nine states.
Rs 38,035 crore for education
Scholarship amount increased from Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000 for unmarried women who pass intermediate exams
Scholarship amount increased from Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000 to unmarried women once they complete their bachelor's degree
Computer science to be taught from Class 6 onwards in government schools
Rs 1,175 crore for higher education
Rs 1,165 crore for school education
30 autonomous centres of excellence in universities
Rs 100 crore for starting centres of excellence
500 post-doctoral fellowships with a monthly stipend of upto Rs. one lakh.
21 inter-universities or inter-disciplinary schools to be set up.
Rs 300 crore for new medical college in Wayanad
Rs 2,000 crore for infrastructure development of universities
Rs 1,165 crore capital outlay for schools
Rs143 crore for Model Residential Schools for SC and ST
Rs 120 crore for improving infrastructure facilities in schools.
Water quality standard assessment in every school
Rs. 10 crore for infrastructural development of IIIT Manipur
Rs 25 crore for ‘go to school’ mission
Rs 2.5 crore for construction of girls hostel in Sainik School, Pangei
Rs 7.8 crore to Dhanamanjuri University
Rs 7.69 crore for school education
Rs 6.20 crore for higher education
Rs 1 crore for technical education
Rs 1 crore for SCERT
Rs 24,370 crore for education and skill development
Rs 3,066 crore for Samagra Sikshya Abhiyan
Rs 957 crore for Mid‐day Meal scheme
Rs 280 crore for Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya
Rs 253 crore under Mo School Programme for infrastructure development
Rs 430 crore to provide school bags, text books, uniforms and shoes
Rs 1,002 crore for student scholarships
Rs 108 crore to transform universities into centres of excellence
Rs 212 crore for RUSA scheme for higher and technical education
Rs 100 crore for World Skill Centre in Bhubaneswar
Rs 151 crore for infrastructure development for engineering and technological universities
1,200 Mahatma Gandhi Government Schools in the next 2 years.
'Back to School' program to begin in 600 schools
Number of libraries to be increased from 8,870 to 14,970
50 new state schools will be opened and 100 schools will be upgraded
Internet connection facility in all government hostels and boarding schools
Increased scholarship amount for students of Classes 1 to 8 to Rs. 500
SmartTVs will be made available in all government secondary and higher secondary schools and Kasturba Gandhi residential schools.
Incubation cells at nine educational divisions to develop entrepreneurial skills
225 crore for Anganwadi Centres and Swami Vivekananda Government Model Schools.
Construction of more than 3,500 classrooms, laboratories, library,
Construction of 15 new school buildings and major repairs in 70 schools
Rs 34,181.73 crore allocation for school education
Rs 5,478.19 crore outlay for higher education
Introduction of computer science from Class 6
Rs 2,634 crore allocation for Integrated Child Development Scheme.
Rs 1,953.98 crore for mid-day meal scheme
Rs 1,932.19 crore for post-matriculation scholarship scheme
Rs 374.88 crore to educational scholarships for backward classes, most backward classes and de-notified communities
Rs 2,470.93 crore for the establishment of 11 new medical colleges
Rs 110 crore for scholarship for minority students
Rs 270 crore for construction of hostels for ST girls
Rs 61 crore for minority hostels
Rs 903 crore for pre-matric and post-matric scholarships for ST and SC students
Rs 57,867 crore for primary education
Rs 18,172 crore for state contribution to Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan
Rs 3,406 for mid-day meal scheme
Rs 300 crore for providing shoes, sweater to students
Rs 200 crore for developing infrastructure in aided schools
Rs 270 crore fund to Atal Residential Schools
Rs 783 crore for minority education
3 new Universities in Saharanpur, Azamgarh and Aligarh
A state university to be established in each division of the state
Rs 35,333.53 crore to school education
Rs. 4,893.05 crore to higher education
Rs 1,284.80 crore to technical education
Rs 381.36 crore to mass education extension and library services
Rs 50 crore for 100 new English medium schools for SC,ST dominated areas
Rs 100 crore for 500 new schools in Alchiki language
Rs 50 crore for 100 new schools of Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, Kamtapuri and Kurmali languages
Rs 50 crore for 200 schools of Rajbangshi language
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