Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad has promised to make education more accessible to all students in the state. Gaikwad made the announcement during a press conference on Tuesday, where she outlined her plans to improve the quality of education in the state.
Gaikwad said that her government is committed to providing quality education to all students, regardless of their socio-economic background. She said that her government will focus on providing access to quality education to all students, including those from rural and tribal areas.
Gaikwad also announced plans to improve the infrastructure of schools in the state. She said that her government will invest in modernizing classrooms, providing better teaching materials, and improving the quality of teaching.
Gaikwad also promised to increase the number of scholarships available to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. She said that her government will also provide financial assistance to students who are unable to afford the cost of higher education.
Finally, Gaikwad said that her government will focus on improving the quality of education in the state. She said that her government will invest in teacher training and development, as well as in research and development.
Gaikwad’s announcement is a welcome move for students in the state, who have long been deprived of quality education. With her government’s commitment to making education more accessible, students in Maharashtra can look forward to a brighter future.