Whether it is a tab or a smartphone: Twelfth-grade students will be able to buy the device of their choice. The West Bengal government will give the money. Because, even with tender, 9 lakh tabs do not match. Therefore, the state government will send Rs 10,000 directly to the bank accounts of higher secondary level students. In three weeks. This was stated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at a press conference in Navanne on Tuesday.
The decision was taken at a meeting of a committee headed by the chief secretary with various officials, the chief minister said. As a reason, Mamata said, ‘Even if we do tender, it is possible to get one to one and a half lakh tabs. No one has 9.5 lakh tabs. He is banned from importing any Chinese goods on the instructions of the central government. So it is not possible to do that. So this decision has been taken
There are 14,000 higher secondary schools and 638 madrasas in West Bengal. The purchase of tabs will directly reach the bank accounts of 9.5 lakh students of these government and government-run educational institutions for Rs 10,000. Mamata Banerjee said, “It has been decided that we will pay Rs 10,000 directly to the account of every 12th class student.” One can buy the tab of one’s choice, buy a big smartphone. They will see that. We will pay this money in the next 3 weeks
The state government has decided to give one tab to each of the Class XII students so that their reading is not harmed in the Corona situation. The announcement was made by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at a press conference on December 3. He said, ‘Many people do not have mobile phones now and they are having problems in reading. Twelve class children can at least follow the study through the tab.