Madhya Pradesh: Students say, concerns for cost of education no more now

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Bhopal : In certificate distribution programme held for Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana, students of different districts said that their concern for cost of our education is finished now. Parents will not have to face hardship in arranging required money for our education.

Never thought to become doctor without money

Shri Pawan Mandloi of Khargone district has got admission in Shri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Science, Indore, through NEET. His father died when he was in class tenth. He told that he did not even dream that he would become a doctor in this condition. The government has extended a great help by taking responsibility of paying fee in case of students of middle class and weaker section. It will be remembered for lifetime.

Future is safe

Kumari Shubhangi Bagre of Bhopal district said that her father Shri Radheshyam Bagare runs a small shop. The Chief Minister has ended up the concern of my father by introducing the scheme. Now we are not worried for the future. We will be able to build future by getting better education. Now our economic condition won’t be an obstacle. Kumari Bagre has been enrolled in School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal. Its annual fee is Rs 1.5 lakh. The government will pay fee for entire course of five years.

Student gets emotional at CM’s gesture

An emotional Kumari Anugya Mukati of Indore district said that what Mama (Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan) is incomparable. There is no disparity in his doing and words. Kumari Mukati has got admission in NLIU, Bhopal, through CLAT. Her father is a journalist.

Now child of poor person to get higher education

Shri Dipak Kumar of Rajgarh district said that poverty won’t be obstacle in education. He told that the Chief Minister understood the pain of poor and gave the gift that we won’t be deprived of higher education, by introducing the scheme.

Similar views were expressed by Shri Shreyans Thakur of Seoni who got admission in IIT, Indore, Shri Shantanu Sharma of Gwalior, Shri Keshav Rathore of Jabalpur and Shri Jubin Nagpal of Indore.

In the function held for distribution of certificates under Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan and MP and national president of Bhartiya Janata Party Shri Amit Shah gave away certificates to Kumari Jasmin Patel of Rewa, selected for MBBS, Shri Swapnil Kunhare of Indore, Kumari Astha Dongare of Indore who got admission in engineering college, Kumari Kiran Japate of Betul, Kumari Mansi Sanjay Tarkas of Burhanpur who got admission in IIM, Indore, Shri Dipak Kumar of Bhopal who got admission in higher education, Kumari Monika Soni of Betul and Kumari Akriti Mehra of Bhopal.