MP Laptop Scheme for Class 12 Meritorious Students: Rs. 25,000 to Buy Laptops

MP Laptop Scheme for Class 12 Meritorious: There is encouraging news for all the class 12th students who have excelled in the class 12th board exams conducted by the MP Board. The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan stated that all those students who have excelled in the class 12th exams conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Board will be given laptops. After conducting a review meeting with senior officers of the state from his hospital bed, the chief minister informed the media that the state government has decided to revive the scheme for distribution of laptops to meritorious students. Check | Madhya Pradesh to conduct online competition on Freedom Struggle, Apply until August 10

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He tweeted, “The scheme of supplying laptops to the meritorious students of Madhya Pradesh is being started again. Under this, the meritorious students will be given incentives of Rs 25,000 to buy laptops as also citation letters for the same.” He further added, “he benefits of this scheme will be given to the students, who have excelled in the 12th main examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education Madhya Pradesh for the academic session 2019-20. The benefit of the scheme will be given to both regular and self-taught students.” Check | CBSE Class 12th Improvement Result 2020 (Released): Apply For Verification By July 24

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Move aimed to encourage the students

The decision to provide free laptops to the meritorious students in the state is being seen as a move which is aimed to reward the meritorious students for their performance and to encourage other students to study harder during the exams, so that next time they can also win the free laptops. The modalities of the scheme are being finalized and it is expected that an official notification from the government will be issued after the Chief Minister is discharged from the hospital where he is undergoing the treatment for COVID-19 infection. Check Also | HRD Minister Launches Manodarpan: Student Counselling Initiative to Help Kids Manage Stress Better

Though, on the other hand, the Chief Minister noted that the state is going through a financial crisis due to the reduction in economic activities because of the nationwide lockdown. He stated that “A large part of our state’s budget is being spent on health services, on the other hand, due to the decrease in economic activities, the state’s income has also decreased.”

 

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