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Government Industrial Training Institutes to offer reimbursement of training fees

As per reports, Nawab Malik has appealed to the students to take advantage of this scheme for the betterment of their future.

Government Industrial Training Institutes to offer reimbursement of training fees
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According to sources, students of Government Industrial Training Institutes are being given the benefit of reimbursement of training fees up to INR 28,800.

Meanwhile, Nawab Malik, Minister for Skill Development, Employment and Entrepreneurship, has appealed to the students studying in the first and second years of the current academic year 2020-21 to apply online.

The training fee reimbursement is given to students who get admission in the seats available under the PPP scheme as well as the students who get admission online from the private ITIs for the courses under the craftsman training scheme.

Students from families with less than INR 2.5 lakhs in annual income are to be reimbursed 100 per cent and students from families earning between INR 2.5 lakhs and INR 8 lakhs are reimbursed 80 per cent of the training fee.

Moreover, in order to avail the benefits of this scheme, students have been provided with the facility to apply online from March 10, 2021, on the website https://mahadbtmahait.gov.in/. Furthermore, Nawab Malik has appealed to the students to take advantage of this scheme.

On the other hand, students in their first, second and third year from the undergraduate health sciences courses are urging for a postponement of examinations. This comes amidst the final-year medical examinations commencing earlier this week. In view of the spike with regards to cases of coronavirus, several parents have raised concerns over the conduct of physical examinations. However, the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences is yet to make a decision.

Moreover, around 40,000 students across the state are enrolled in the lower classes of undergraduate courses. Meanwhile, there was over 95 per cent attendance in the final-year exams.

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