Assam cabinet approves 10 percent quota for economically-weaker sections of general category citizens
The Assam Cabinet has approved 10 percent quota for the economically weaker sections of the general category in government jobs and education, officials said.
Sarbananda Sonowal 's cabinet approved 10% quota for economically weaker sections of general category in govt jobs and education
Sonowal also the approved the guidelines for disbursement of Rs 5,000 each to five lakh farmers of the state
The Cabinet approved a loan amount of Rs 95 crore from NABARD
Guwahati: The Assam cabinet has approved 10 percent quota for the economically weaker sections of the general category in government jobs and education, officials said.
The meeting chaired by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday night also the approved the guidelines for disbursement of Rs 5,000 each to five lakh farmers of the state under the Mukhya Mantri Krishi Sa Sajuli Yozana for the purchase of farm tools and implements, an official spokesman said on Tuesday.
The Cabinet approved a loan amount of Rs 95 crore from NABARD, he said. The loan amount will be utilised to construct and strengthen embankments, dykes and other infrastructure across the state, he added. The Cabinet also approved incentives for government doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers under Ayushman Bharat and Atal Amrit Abhiyan, the spokesperson said.
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