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Nitish Kumar: Bihar colleges to get free Wi-Fi exclusively for studies

Samastipur : Bihar Chief Minister “Nitish Kumar” declared all colleges and universities in the state will have available Wi-Fi facility from February next year to support students in their education. While declaring the free Wi-Fi office in all schools and colleges of the express, the CM admonished adolescents to utilize the office for studies and not for different purposes.

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According to the source report’s, Where Nitish Kumar was leading his ‘Nishchay Yatra’ in various parts of the state in stages to gauge individuals perspectives on preclusion furthermore arrangement at ground level about the usage of the seven resolves which has been embraced by the great common partnership service as a “strategy of good administration and his administration was agreeing top most need to general identity improvement of young people and a number of the segments of the seven resolves concentrate on them.

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The administration has propelled a plan to give intrigue free advances to understudies for higher studies after twelfth standard, month to month recompense of Rs 1,000 for a long time for pursuit of occupation furthermore a funding of Rs 5,000 crore for boosting youthful business people and there was an arrangement to give courses in communicated in English and PCs to upgrade identity of young people of the state and to support their odds of landing great positions.

With Samastipur being the local place of veteran communist pioneer and previous boss pastor Karpoori Thakur, the CM conjured his name for requesting forbiddance in the state amid his term in 1977 which was moved back last mentioned.

Nitish Kumar announced, We are supporters of Karpoori Thakur and through forbiddance, we are taking forward his unaccomplished assignment and He emphasized the social and financial advantages of alcohol boycott and asked the masses to take part in a mammoth human chain on January 21 one year from now in support of the restriction on liquor.

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