Chief Minister Digambar Kamat on Monday said that an integrated education policy for Goa is in the final stage of formulation. He also said the government proposes to establish two educational estates for each district of Goa under the educational estates policy, an official press release said.
Kamat was making a presentation on the initiatives offered by the Goa government in higher and technical education in Goa during the panel discussion on the session on “Educational Reforms: Making the system deliver” at a function in Delhi.
The chief minister highlighted the Goa Scholar Scheme through which a one-time award of upto 15,000 USD are given for pursuing education abroad or Rs 2 lakh per annum for two years for perusing education in India. Kamat also highlighted the interest-free education loan scheme for higher education for pursuing the same abroad and in India.
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