The Bihar government today chose to introduce scholarships for meritorious madrasa students in the state.A choice to this impact was taken at a gathering of the state bureau led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Additional Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat Department, Upendra Nath Pandey told correspondents here.
He said according to the choice, both boys and girls securing first division in Fauqania (Class 10) exams led by the Bihar State Madrasa Education Board will be incorporated into the Mukhyamantri Vidyarthi Protsahan Yojana (Chief Minister students' incentive scheme).
For Molvi (Class 12) exams, only girl students securing first division incorporated under the plan, he included
He said loan amount for North Bihar Power Distribution Company Ltd stood at Rs. 800 crores while that for South Bihar Power Distribution Company Ltd it was Rs. 900 crore. The loans shall be repaid by the distribution companies through their own resources
Upendra Nath Pandey also said that a nod was given for allocating a Rs. 115.90 crore for works to be undertaken as part of World Bank scheme - "Improving Teacher Effectiveness in Bihar".
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