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HRD ministry wants Rs 2,300cr more for Covid-hit edu sector

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
In the backdrop of Covid-19, the HRD ministry projected a requirement of Rs 2,306.4 crore for the development of online courses/ programmes over five years. The ministry also presented a requirement of Rs 55,840 crore for providing ICT facilities to 3.10 lakh government schools. The government also proposed providing digital devices to 40% of the students in higher education.
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HRD ministry wants Rs 2,300cr more for edu sector

In the backdrop of Covid-19, the HRD ministry projected a requirement of Rs 2,306.4 crore for the development of online courses/ programmes over five years. The...
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