Education Budget 2023: Booster to the education sector, 157 nursing colleges will be opened in the country - Newztezz Online

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Education Budget 2023: Booster to the education sector, 157 nursing colleges will be opened in the country


Education Budget 2023:
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the general budget of the country today. This time's budget is also considered very important because next year general elections are to be held. In such a situation, the government does not want to leave any stone unturned before going to the elections.

Education Budget 2023: The general budget of the country has been presented today in the budget session of the Parliament . In this budget, a big announcement has also been made for the education sector. Presenting the country's general budget in the Lok Sabha, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced for education that new programs will be started for the training of teachers in the country. Apart from this, 157 new nursing colleges have been announced. Apart from this, the National Digital Library will be opened up to the panchayat and ward level. Books will be given in regional and English language. Work on literacy will be done in collaboration with NGOs. Apart from this, 38800 teacher-employees will be appointed for Eklabya ​​schools.

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the cabinet meeting before the budget was tabled in Parliament. The Union Budget 2023-24 was discussed in this meeting . This budget is also very important for the Modi government because the next year i.e. in 2024 the general elections are to be held. In such a situation, the government does not want to leave any stone unturned in this budget.

How much did the education sector get in 2022?

In the budget of the year 2022, a budget of Rs 1 lakh 4 thousand 277 crore was given to the education sector. Out of this Rs 63,449 crore was given for school education. Rs 40,828 crore was allocated for higher education. About Rs 37,383 crore has been allocated for universal education. In 2021, a total budget allocation of 30 thousand crores was made for this scheme.

IIT got Rs 8, 495 crore

In the budget of the year 2022, the allocation for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) was increased from 8344.84 crores to 8, 495 crores. A provision of Rs 5320.91 crore was made for the University Grants Commission (UGC) and AICTE. Whereas in the budget of the year 2021, a provision of Rs 5139.2 crore was made for this.

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