Himanta Biswa Sarma: Himanta: 5% Quota in Engineering and Medical Colleges for Govt School Students |

Himanta Biswa Sarma: Himanta: 5% Quota in Engineering and Medical Colleges for Govt School Students |

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Dibrugarh: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday stated 5% of seats in engineering and medical schools might be reserved for college students who’ve handed out of presidency colleges.
The CM made the announcement after the conclusion of the state cupboard assembly held in Tinsukia. The rule applies to college students who’ve studied constantly from Class VII to Class XII in the identical authorities faculty.The CM additionally introduced three funding proposals amounting to Rs 438 crore which were authorized by the federal government. These embrace the development of two 5-star motels in Kaziranga and Guwahati and growth of bamboo crash obstacles in Bongaigaon. He stated these investments would result in the institution of 1,400 new companies in the state.
The CM additionally outlined varied tasks for Tinsukia district, together with the development of a statue of Bhupen Hazarika, close to the Dhola-Sadiya bridge. He additionally introduced the development of two flyovers in Tinsukia and Doomdooma, an inter state bus terminus and truck terminal close to Tinsukia city bypass, a multi-level parking at Thana Chariali in Tinsukia city, an underpass between Rangagora highway, a four-lane crossing in Tinsukia, out of doors stadiums at Chapakhowa and Kakopathar and indoor stadiums in Doomdooma College, Doomdooma city and Digboi city.
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