Raipur. Finance Minister OP Choudhary has taken an important step in the field of higher education in the state. He has approved an amount of Rs 79 crore 19 lakh for 17 colleges of the state. This decision is an important initiative towards quality and progress in the education sector. This will give the colleges of the state an opportunity to improve education and research capabilities. This amount will be used to expand education services and provide quality education. The youth of the state will also get opportunities to acquire the latest, advanced and specialized knowledge.

This move of Minister OP Choudhary makes it clear that he is in favor of improving and promoting the career progress of the youth of the state through education. With this effort, he has shown his resolve to improve the quality, equality, and level of facilities in education, which is an important initiative for the future of the youth of the state.

Funds have been sanctioned for colleges in the tribal-dominated Bastar, Sarguja and plain areas of Chhattisgarh. In this, funds have been given to Government College Samoda, Raipur, Government College, Mopka-Nipaniya, Balodabazar, Government College Pirda Mahasamund, Government College, Thelkadih, Rajnandgaon, Government College, Baramkela, Raigarh, Government College, Nagarda, Janjgir-Champa, Government College, Sakri, Bilaspur, Government College, Saragaon, Janjgir-Champa, Government College, Basin, Balod and other colleges.

See the list of colleges with approved amount –