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From KG to PG, free education to all in Uttar Pradesh! This is Yogi Adityanath’s next historic scheme

Here’s splendid news for all those students studying in Uttar Pradesh institutes may soon get a free education up to Post Graduation Level. The Uttar Pradesh government, under CM Yogi Adityanath’s personal push, is working on a plan to provide free of cost Education for the people of Uttar Pradesh.

“The state government is planning to give free education to students from ‘KG to PG’ (kindergarten to post graduation) in government institutions,” said deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma.

“We are trying to start KG to PG scheme in a few cities from the next academic session,” said Sharma who is also higher and secondary education minister.

Focusing to introduce courses like GST which will lead to employment, the Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to reduce exam schedule for both UP board and degree colleges. Setting apart all those criticisms from the opposition, CM Yogi Adityanath has got the recognition for his state which was lacking his decades. Uttar Pradesh is now blooming out beautifully.

Governor Ram Naik who is chancellor of state universities said, “The law and order condition of UP has been improving in comparison to earlier times. If the state got 50 marks in the past, it will currently get 80 marks and should work to get 20 more marks”.

Providing education free of cost right from the stage of kindergarten to Post graduation level would be a massive breakthrough under the PM Narendra Modi led Central Government for the state of Uttar Pradesh, which had once been backward and prevailing in worst conditions.

The Government in Uttar Pradesh that has been focusing on the supreme quality of education and also fulfilling the motive behind “Education for all”, has now come up with this decision. Providing education for free of cost has been the motive of central Government since it has been formed. Finally, it seems to come true.

Source: Economic Times

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