Ranchi, December 12: “Tribals, Dalits, retards and minorities must be intellectually strong. The best medium for this is education,” said Prime Minister Hemant Soren while addressing female students at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Complex, Gumla as part of the Khatiyani Johar Yatra.
He told the girl students to study with a lot of heart. Reach new heights in education and other fields. You will receive full cooperation from the state government for this. On this occasion, the students of St. Angela Hostel welcomed the Chief Minister according to traditional customs.
The Prime Minister addressed the girl students and said that the government is taking all necessary steps for better education.
“If you want to make a career in fields such as medicine, engineering, law, the government will help you with that. Apart from this, the government has started a scheme to provide financial aid to the candidates preparing for exams like UPSC, JPSC, Banking, Railway, SSC. In addition, the number of scholarships has also been increased so that the children of tribal, Dalit, backward and minority classes are not isolated from studies,” Soren said.
The Chief Minister said financial constraints will no longer prevent tribals, Dalits and minorities from pursuing higher education abroad. The government pays the full cost of higher education abroad. Join the schemes of the government and work with yourself to improve the future of the state.