Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has
announced a few schemes to provide better education facilities and programmes to offer higher education to the
youth of the state.
Nitish Kumar added that, most of the youth
could not get opportunities to study further after completing class 12th. Only
a selected 13 per cent could afford to go for higher education. Nitish Kumar
expressed his sympathy towards the youth of the state while talking in Nishchay
Yatra at Chetna Sabha near Indo-Nepal border.
·Few main reasons behind the negligence of education among
the youth are lack of educational institutes and rising poverty. Government
offers a programme having seven resolutions to help in educating the youth.
·The government scheme is to offer an interest-free loan
of Rs. 4 lakh to the students using a student credit card. The chief minister
is also providing a monthly allowance of Rs.1,000 for the youth of age-group
20-25 years till they get a job.
·Chief minister also announced the plan to provide free
WiFi facility to the government colleges
and the universities.
·Nitish Kumar added that new educational institutes will
be set in districts of the states which will offer higher education to the
students, youth and the women in the society.
women to help in making the prohibition successful. Attacking the Center for the
unplanned demonetization, he said that a District registration cum advisory
committee at the state level would issue tokens to youth which will help them
to encash the benefits of these programs without wasting time in queues.
Kumar said his government is to fulfill the
promises made during the election, unlike those who just talk about promises
without fulfilling them after coming to power.