The Chief Minister has announced a stipend of Rs 5,000 under the ‘Chief Minister Vijayan Pratibha Pariksha’ scheme for 1000 students studying in schools in Delhi.
Governments provide scholarships to encourage talented students in all states of the country. In that regard, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that the future of the country of talented students, it is very important to encourage them, so 9th grade students will be given science scholarships. An announcement has been made that Rs. 5,000 scholarships will be given to 1,000 students studying in schools in Delhi under the ‘Chief Minister Vijayan Pratibha Pariksha’ scheme.
9th grade students studying in government, government aided and recognized schools will be declared eligible for the scholarship examination if they have obtained 60% or more marks in their previous class. “Promoting the best students is an important duty of our government. Students are the future of our country and they are the future scientists, engineers, doctors and architects who will make our nation proud,” he said.
Commenting on digitalisation in education, Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister, Delhi, said, “Digitalization plays an important role in reducing office workload, thereby streamlining academic reports and enabling teachers, school principals and officials to test their skills. Will be used. “