Education

“We cannot progress without education”

– Akhilesh Yadav, Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh.

The Samajwadi Party Government has decided to educate the youth of the state and to realize this dream, they have launched multiple initiatives and schemes. Their policies ensure that everyone can receive the best of education without any discrimination.

  • Teachers for Basic Education have been hired in large numbers to curtail the shortage.
  • Till now, 18,127 teachers have been appointed and another 15,000 will be selected soon.
  • 60,000 TET trainees have been appointed and 12,825 selections are underway.
  • Apart from this, 1,37,310 assistant lecturers have been appointed and 27,820 selections are in progress.
  • For better primary education, 26,000 science and mathematics tutors have been appointed and 3,334 selections are underway.
  • 3,500 Urdu teachers are being appointed.
  • For secondary education, 'Rajya Puruskar Yojna' has been initiated to keep the trainers motivated.
  • Prize money of the Saraswati Award has been increased to Rs. 3 lakh, from the previous Rs. 1 lakh.
  • The prize money of the Shiksha Shree Award has been increased to Rs. 1 lakh, from Rs. 50,000.
  • As part of the national campaign, the Samajwadi Party Government has sanctioned Rs. 142 crore to establish 26 state model schools.
  • Uttar Pradesh Technical University has been renamed Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University.
  • Work has started to establish 7 new polytechnics in the state in 2015-16.
  • MBBS seats have been increased by 500.
  • Lucknow to get an advanced cancer and heart institute for better research and medical support.