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Delhi-Government Provides 12 Fully Funded Delhi University Colleges with a Total of Rs 100 Crore.

In the first quarter, the Delhi-government allocated Rs 100 crores for Delhi University’s 12 fully financed colleges.

Delhi-Government : Atishi Singh, the minister of education for Delhi, stated on Thursday that since the Kejriwal government took office in Delhi, the budget allotted to its 12 fully-funded Delhi University colleges has increased by more than 300 percent.

In the first quarter, the Delhi-government allocated Rs 100 crores for Delhi University’s 12 fully financed colleges. The money allotted to these colleges has increased by more than 300 percent since the Kejriwal government took office in Delhi, according to education minister Atishi, the city’s minister of education, which demonstrates the commitment of the administration to education

According to Atishi, the Delhi government’s higher education system includes a number of universities in Delhi, such as Ambedkar University, DTU, NSUT, DSEU, etc. In addition to all of these, the 12 colleges of Delhi University, which receive full funding from the Kejriwal administration, also play a significant part in the city’s higher education system. As they endeavour to provide education for girls in Delhi’s rural districts, these colleges play a crucial role.

Atishi continued, “The government has allotted a sum totaling Rs 400 crore for the fiscal year 2023–24. Today sees the release of the first quarter, worth Rs 100 crore.”

ALLOCATION OF FUND By Delhi-Government:

These 12 colleges have received a total of Rs 400 crore this year:

  1. Acharya Narendra Dev College
  2. Aditi Maha vidyalaya
  3. Bhagini Nivedita College
  4. Bhaskar acharya College
  5. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
  6. Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
  7. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences
  8. Keshav Mahavidyalaya
  9. Maharaja Agrasen College
  10. Maharshi Valmiki College of Education
  11. Shaheed Rajguru College
  12. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies

Here are the allocations made to these colleges over the years:

2014-15Rs 132 crore
2015-16Rs 147 crore
2016-17Rs 156 crore
2017-18Rs 171 crore
2018-19Rs 213 crore
2019-20Rs 235 crore
2020-21Rs 265 crore
2021-22Rs 308 crore
2022-23Rs 361 crore

The Delhi BJP Spokesperson, Praveen Shankar Kapoor, meanwhile, stated that it is shocking and surprising to hear Delhi’s Education Minister, Atishi, assert that the Delhi government has been increasing funds for the 12 Delhi University (DU) colleges every year and that these colleges are contributing to an education revolution in Delhi, particularly in rural and remote areas, by providing quality education for students, especially girls.

The spokesperson for the Delhi BJP has asked Minister Atishi to explain why, for the past five years, teachers and non-teaching staff have not received their salaries on time, forcing them to stop teaching almost every year, if the government has been regularly increasing funds for these 12 colleges.

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