Centre sanctions Rs 127 crore for setting up 12 educational institutes in K’taka

New Delhi, March 16 (IANS) The Ministry of Minority Affairs announced on Saturday that it has taken a significant stride for the development of educational infrastructure in Karnataka by allocating Rs. 127.23 crore for setting up 12 institutes in the state.

The step taken in spirit with the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Viksit Bharat-Samridh Bharat’ would provide educational facilities to 4200 students out of which 3150 belong to the minority population, the ministry said.

These facilities approved for the State of Karnataka are a step towards promoting education and ensuring a conducive environment aiding in the holistic intellectual stimulation of the students.

The Educational infrastructure has been approved as community assets as a bridging step to aid in national development as well as support for NEP (New Education Policy) 2020, the ministry added.



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