UP government constructs inter colleges, ITIs in Minority concentrated districts to boost education

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Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 

In a bid to provide the best facilities to all the citizens of Uttar Pradesh and support their holistic development, the Yogi Adityanath led state government has identified 47 districts with over 25 percent minority population that will be developed under the Pradhanmantri Jan Vikas Karyakram. Kick-starting the development in these districts, the state government has constructed Inter Colleges in these districts to ensure education for all. The funds for the arrangement of furniture and construction in all the Inter Colleges was issued by the Central government.

The Yogi government is not only aiming to complete the projects, but is also emphasizing on running them smoothly in the public interest. Methodical teaching work is going on in all the Inter Colleges, where the students of that area are getting educated.

Over 13 new Industrial Training Institutes have been constructed under the PMJVK for skill development and in addition to them, 12 ITIs have also become operational. The state government has broken all barriers of regional and social imbalance in terms of development and connected all the backward areas of the state with the mainstream development process.

A total of 3400 new units have been established/approved in the Minority concentrated areas including  3 Government Polytechnics, 52 Government Inter Colleges, 9 Junior High Schools, 20 Upper Primary Schools, 136 Primary Schools, 18 Government ITIs, 1 Government Nursing College, 9 Government Degree Colleges, 2433 Smart Classes, examination hall in 2 Inter Colleges, 9 hostels, 31 ‘Sadbhav Mandap’, 160 Anganwadi centres, 2 working women hostels, 1 marketing shed, 3 science labs, 187 piped drinking water scheme, 747 portable water supply, 1 sewer scheme, 47 toilet blocks, 27 common service centres and 1 Unani Medical College.

Last year, proposals for new projects worth Rs 1549 crore were made available to the Government of India. In the current year, proposals for new projects worth Rs 898 crore have been sent to the Government of India.

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