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NEW DELHI: The Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman will enounce the Union Budget for 2023-24 financial year today, February 1. The finance minister will present the budget digitally in Lok Sabha at 11 am. The proceeding for the enunciation of the Union Budget 2023 will be forecasted live on the official portal- budgetlive.nic.in.
However, the netizens will also be able to watch the unveiling of Budget 2023 live on various TV channels and social media platforms including facebook, youtube, etc.
Education Budget 2023 Live: Nirmala Sitharaman will present Union Budget in Parliament today; what to expect
Those interested in watching the budget speech 2023 can find it on the official Twitter and Facebook accounts of the Ministry of Finance.
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Additionally, India's official budget website - indiabudget.gov.in is hosting the download link of these apps. The Press Information Bureau, PIB will also forecast the Union Budget 2023 live on its Facebook and Youtube platform. The PIB in a tweet quoted, "Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to present the Union Budget 2023-24 in Parliament Watch on #PIB's Facebook, YouTube."
LIVE at 11 am on 1st February (Tomorrow)— PIB India (@PIB_India) January 31, 2023
Union Finance Minister @nsitharaman to present the Union Budget 2023-24 in Parliament
Watch on #PIB's
After crossing the 1 lakh crore-mark for the first time, all eyes will be on the education budget allocation. In line with the recommendations in the National Education Policy, 2020, the education budget should constitute 6 percent of the GDP. Despite this, the number has only touched nearly 3 percent as of 2022-23.
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During the pandemic, education has been financially neglected. Therefore, it has been expected that the government will prioritize infrastructure upgrades, implementation of NEP 2020, training in technology and technological changes in pedagogy, developing entrepreneurial skills among students, and allocating appropriate funds for accelerating educational programs.
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