MP Budget 2023: The budget was presented in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday, March 1, in this budget many announcements were made for women including education and jobs. The most discussed were one lakh government jobs, e-scooty for college girl students, increase in MBBS seats and special announcement for women.
MP Budget 2023: E-scooty will be given to topper girl students
Presenting the budget, the Finance Minister of Madhya Pradesh said that e-scooties will be gifted to the topper girl students of the state’s colleges. Apart from this, it has also been announced to open a mining university in Singrauli. Along with this, recruitment on vacant posts in schools has also been announced.
1 lakh jobs will be given (MP Budget 2023)
Presenting the budget, the Finance Minister of Madhya Pradesh said that under Ladli Behan Yojana, Rs 1000/- per month would be given to the beneficiaries and 1 lakh jobs would be given to the youth of the state. He said that Mukhya Mantri Kaushal Yojana would be started for the nomadic caste, for which a provision of Rs 252 crore has been made.
MBBS seats will be increased (MP Budget 2023)
Presenting the budget of 2320, the Finance Minister said that MBBS seats are being increased this year. He said that MBBS seats would be increased from 2,055 to 3,605. Apart from this, the state government will also pay the interest on the loan taken from the government institutions of the outstanding farmers. A budget of Rs 710 crore was also announced for Indore and Bhopal Metro Rail in the budget.
Announcements for women also (MP Budget 2023)
The budget announcement said that Rs 929 crore will be given for Ladli Laxmi Yojana and Rs 660 crore for women self-help groups. Apart from this, Rs 1.2 lakh 976 crore has been sanctioned for women welfare and Rs 8 thousand crore for Ladli Bahna Yojana. Under the Ladli Bahna Yojana, women will be given Rs 1,000 every month.
Liquor premises will be closed
In the budget speech, Deora said that the sex ratio in the state has increased from 927 to 956. He also said that 47 lakh women self-help groups have been empowered. He also talked about the closure of liquor vends and said that the contribution of MP in the country’s GDP has been more than 4 percent.