Qamarul Islam the minorities welfare minister Karnataka said “Providing every possible support to students for education is our priority in minority welfare department.”
Mangalore, in a press meet at circuit house, the Minister explained the achievements of his ministry in the past three years and said “About Rs. 2,525 crore budget has been allocated to the minority department in the past three years and this year we have achieved 99 percent expenditure. Our government has already fulfilled about 120 promises out of 165 made in the election manifesto. In my department, we had promised about 10 promises out of which 8 have been fulfilled and two are under progress.”
Qamarul the minister added “We have modified the educational schemes during UPA government under state schemes. The thrust of the government and my ministry is to provide maximum support to Education for the same. We have introduced about 12 schemes. Under this scholarship, government of India had sanction Rs. 400 crore and we from the state pooled in additional Rs. 600 crore. There were about 124 post and pre matric hostels in the state and another 137 hostels are being built after I took charge. There were about 2,540 posts vacant in the department and as of now 1000 posts have been filled.” Minister said.
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