Rajasthan government's gift in the budget, 70 thousand new recruitments, Rs 1000 to students, big announcement regarding RPSC and RSMSSB

Rajasthan government's gift in the budget, 70 thousand new recruitments, Rs 1000 to students, big announcement regarding RPSC and RSMSSB

The Bhajan Lal government of Rajasthan has announced 70 thousand new recruitments for the youth in its first budget. Finance Minister Diya Kumari said in her budget speech that to provide employment to the youth, recruitment will be done on 70 thousand posts under the government. He said that Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) and Rajasthan Staff Selection Board (RSMSSB) will release the annual calendar of recruitments. Apart from this, employment fairs and skill development programs will be organized in every district. It is important to make the youth employable.

The Finance Minister said, 'During the time of the previous government, due to paper leak and not holding examinations on time, the future of the youth was played with. There is deep dissatisfaction among the youth due to this. As soon as our government was formed, action has been started by forming SIT to punish the culprits of paper leak.

Diya Kumar, who was presenting her first budget, said, 'Rs 1000 will be given every year to all economically weaker students from class 1 to 8 and girl students from class 9 to 12. 70 lakh students will benefit from this. Children of low income group and marginal farmers will get free education from KG to PG. About 20 thousand youth will be given training in guide hospitality.

Other important announcements

– Increase of Rs 150 in pension of women and elderly under social security.
– Elderly people will now get 50 percent discount in roadway fare. Till now this discount was 30 percent.
– Under Lado Protsahan Yojana, if there is a daughter in a poor family, a savings bond of Rs 1 lakh will be given. The delivery amount was also increased by Rs 1,000 to Rs 6,000.
– A budget of Rs 315 crore has been given for the development of 20 temples.

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