Technical education is free for girls: Haryana government

April 24, 2010 at 11:40 am Leave a comment

Following is a PTI report taken from Yahoo.com:

Chandigarh, Apr 23 (PTI) Haryana government has made the technical education “absolutely free” for the girl students studying in the government polytechnic colleges. The girl students studying in the government polytechnic colleges would not have to pay any fee or charges, an official spokesman said today.

The state government has exempted the girl students of polytechnic colleges from paying development fund and student fund from the academic session of 2010-11 in order to promote technical education among girls in the state, he said, adding the tuition fee was already exempted.

Entry filed under: Educational Policy, Girl Child Education, Higher Education Zone, Social issues.

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