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The second meeting of the Bihar cabinet was held on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. In this, many proposals related to education and employment were stamped.

  • Unmarried girls will get 25 thousand on passing the inter and 50 thousand rupees after graduation.

The second meeting of the Nitish cabinet approved the next five years of programs for the government of good governance. These include the BJP’s promise of a free corona vaccine. The promise of 20 lakh jobs has also been stamped. At the same time, the cabinet has also passed the proposal of giving 25 thousand rupees after passing an intermarriage to unmarried girls and 50 thousand rupees after graduation. A total of 15 proposals have been approved.

What will happen in the seven resolutions-2 announced for self-reliant Bihar?

  • Under the 7 decisions, better technical training will be arranged for the youth.
  • Children studying in ITI and polytechnics will be trained in solar, drone technology, optical fiber and networking.
  • At least one mega skill center will be opened in every district.
  • A medical university and an engineering university will be opened in Bihar to strengthen medical and engineering education.
  • To promote sports, a sports university will be established in the campus of the International Cricket Stadium and Sports Academy, Rajgir.
  • A grant of up to 50% of the project cost up to a maximum of Rs 5 lakh for a new venture or business. Loans up to 5 lakhs will be given at one percent interest only. More than 20 lakh new jobs will be created in the government and non-government sector.
  • Subsidies up to 50% of the project cost up to a maximum of Rs.5 lakhs and loans of up to Rs.5 lakhs will be given in enterprises set up by women.
  • 25 thousand to unmarried women on passing the entrance and 50 thousand to women on graduation. Financial assistance of Rs.
  • The participation of women will be increased according to reservation in police stations, blocks, subdivisions and district level offices.
  • Milk production and processing, poultry and fisheries will be promoted using modern technology.
  • Homeless or landless poor people living in the city will be given multi-storey buildings and given houses. Shelters will be made for the elderly in all cities. Better management and operation of these will be arranged.
  • All cities and important river ghats will be constructed along with the electric crematorium. A storm water drainage system will be developed in all cities, so that there is no problem of water logging.
  • Free treatment of children born with a hole in the heart will be arranged and for this a new ‘Bal Hriday Yojana’ will be implemented.
  • A Digital Counseling Center will be established for students studying abroad.
  • Panchayat-wise database of workers working outside the state will be created.

Approval for holidays for government employees

A total of 15 days (it is falling on a Sunday) under executive order in all the state government offices and all revenue magistrate courts for 2021, a total of 20 days for restricted or voluntary leave (4 holidays falling on Sunday) and A total of 21 holidays (one Sunday falling) were approved under the NI Act 1881. Along with this, a holiday has been declared on April 1, 2021 (Thursday) for annual bank accounting.

Truck with 16 or more wheels is not used for lifting ballast

Overload vehicles plying in the state are also affecting revenue along with damage to important roads, bridges, infrastructure. The cabinet has decided to better maintain bridges and roads and control overloaded vehicles. The lifting and transportation of sand or ballast from 16 or more flywheel trucks has been banned with immediate effect.

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