The administration of Jammu and Kashmir has started working on the upgradation plan for over 200 schools in tribal areas of the state. The initiative has already been implemented in certain areas of the J&K. And as per the latest update, the government has already spent nearly an amount of Rs.104 crores to strengthen the pillars of the temples of education.
The development programme aims for better growth and upgradation of the education system and infrastructure of the schools in the tribal areas of Jammu and Kashmir. The initiative is giving hope to the students studying in those areas of a new dawn.
The J&K administration is not only focusing on the infrastructural need, but also on the upliftment of hostels and other accommodation arrangements for the students and staff associated with them. As per the sources, the government has estimated to spend Rs. 8.50 crores on hostels of the Tribal Department and an amount of Rs. 4 crores on the newly built hostels in the month of July.
Scholarship schemes in Jammu and Kashmir
In addition to the infrastructure development, the Jammu and Kashmir government has also shown concern for the tribal students by arranging scholarship schemes for the benefit of the bright students. A fund of budget Rs. 30 crores has been allotted for sake of the tribal students’ scholarship scheme. And all eligible students can recieve some annual financial aid from the state government.
In areas where the community rights are granted, the administration has provided incentives of an amount of Rs.10 crores for building up infrastructures and the facilities essential for the schools. The essential facilities for the tribal area schools include the development of roads, power supply, and Anganwadi centers.
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