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Boost for Arunachal education

The Arunachal Pradesh government on Tuesday released Rs 28.93 crore as state share against the various centrally sponsored schemes to boost the health and education sectors.  According to government sources, the amount includes Rs 2363.80 lakh under the Sarba Sikhya Abhiyan, Rs 343.21 lakh under RMSA, Rs. 124.00 lakh under NRHM, Rs 42.75 lakh under RUSA and Rs 19.10 lakh under AYUSH.

The state cabinet decided to release state the amount in a time bound manner for smooth implementation of schemes. Both the departments would have to implement the schemes and to submit the utilization certificates.

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