NCC: Uniform washing and polishing allowance in NCC is Rs. 10 to Rs. 41 has been done.

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The government has decided to increase the uniform washing and polishing allowance of NCC cadets from Rs 10 to Rs 41. On Monday, Education Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that an increase in the rate of washing and polishing allowance has been approved. A formal order will be issued soon and the cadets will be given the benefit of the revised allowance. This amount will be remitted to the cadets account by DBT. Under this, NCC senior division cadets will get this benefit for six months in a year and junior division cadets for eight months in a year. The Education Minister said that the government’s focus is on setting up new units of NCC in various colleges and schools. With this more and more students of the state will get an opportunity to join NCC.

Free books will be available till 15th June
Uniform washing and polishing allowance in NCC increased from Rs 10 to Rs 41
Dehradun, Special Correspondent. The government has decided to increase the uniform washing and polishing allowance of NCC cadets from Rs 10 to Rs 41. On Monday, Education Minister Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that an increase in the rate of washing and polishing allowance has been approved. A formal order will be issued soon and the cadets will be given the benefit of the revised allowance.

This amount will be remitted to the cadets account by DBT. Under this, NCC senior division cadets will get this benefit for six months in a year and junior division cadets for eight months in a year. The Education Minister said that the government’s focus is on setting up new units of NCC in various colleges and schools. With this more and more students of the state will get an opportunity to join NCC.

Books will be distributed on holidays
DG-Education Banshidhar Tiwari has directed officials to make books available to schools and students as soon as they become available. All CEOs have been personally asked to take up this task with top priority.

In the final round, two teams were formed to coordinate the printing of secondary level books
The remaining books of the free book scheme in government schools are expected to reach all schools by June 15. The Education Department has formed two teams to coordinate with book publishing companies. The Mathura company has claimed to make books available in all districts by June 15. Haldwani’s printing company will also supply the rest of the books during the same period. Director of Secondary Education Mahaveer Singh Bisht said on Monday that 90 percent of the books have been distributed at the basic and junior levels. At secondary level some extra time has been taken due to subject variety and large number of books. Also this time science books are being published using bilingual formula.

Books will be distributed on holidays
DG-Education Banshidhar Tiwari has directed officials to make books available to schools and students as soon as they become available. All CEOs have been personally asked to take up this task with top priority.

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