Delhi government to provide free coaching to 15,000 students preparing for UPSC, JEE, NEET



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Children belonging to marginal communities whose parents have an annual income of up to Rs 8 lakh can benefit from the program.

The Delhi government will provide free coaching to 15,000 students from marginalized communities preparing for UPSC, CDS, medical and engineering entry – NEET, JEE. The government has partnered with six private coaching centers to run the program which covers a wide range of competitions.

State Minister of Welfare and Development of Women and Children Rajendra Pal Gautam said: “Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana was established in Delhi for school children who wish to become doctors, engineers, officials or other government employment. poor sections and want to study but their parents do not have enough money to be able to send them to coaching institutes. The program was designed with these children in mind.

Children belonging to listed castes (SC), listed tribes (ST), other backward classes (OBC) and those whose parents have an annual income of up to Rs 8 lakh can benefit from the program. “This time, our goal is to provide guidance to 15,000 children. We have established links with 46 institutes in Delhi, to which we will pay a fee for the children to receive guidance there,” he said. .

The minister said that under this program, around 5,000 SC / ST children received free mentoring in 2018-19. However, the COVID pandemic put an end to the diet. The AAP chief said that since the situation has become normal, the government has planned to resume the program for children.

With ANI inputs

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