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May 25, 2018
2:35PM

PM Modi says, his govt will spend Rs. One Lakh Crore for improving educational institutions in next 4-yrs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government will spent Rs. one lakh crore for Revitalisation and Improvement of education Institutions in the country over the next four years.

He was speaking at the convocation ceremony of Visva Bharati University at Shanti Niketan, West Bengal.

Prime Minister said Higher Education Financing Agency has been created with Rs. 1,000 crore investment to provide adequate facilities to Educational institutions. This will primarily help educational institutions in High-Quality Infrastructure.

Mr. Modi said 2400 schools have been selected to set up Atal Thinkering Lab to promote innovative thinking among young students. He said Tagore's teachings are the foundation of Vishwa Bharti.

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