Udaipur Government Schools Students to Receive Tablets from Government

Udaipur Government Schools Students to Receive Tablets from Government

Government to provide tablets to high-scoring students in state-run schools

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The government has announced its plan to distribute free tablets to 55,727 students who achieved scores above 75% in the 8th, 10th, and 12th board examinations in state-run schools over the past two years. During the academic years of 2022 and 2023, a total of 27,866 students each year met the criteria for receiving tablets, yet they were not provided with the devices. Among these students, 1,254 belong to Udaipur.

Citing financial constraints, the tablet distribution scheme was halted in 2021, despite the availability of funds amounting to approximately Rs 55 crore in the finance department. However, the decision to allocate the funds for this purpose was not approved by the then government.

Under the leadership of CM Bhajan Lal Sharma, the initiative to distribute the pending tablets from the previous tenure has been reinstated. Deputy Director of Education, Sunita Chawla, issued orders to all District Education Officers on May 27, accompanied by a comprehensive list of eligible students from both academic sessions.

District Education Officers are tasked with verifying the academic achievements of students within their respective districts, and they are required to submit a verification report to the Directorate within seven days. Further actions regarding the distribution of tablets will be determined following the receipt of these reports.


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