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Delhi Budget 2021: Free COVID Vaccine for Delhiites, Rs 9934 Cr allocated for Health

Presenting the budget, Manish Sisodia said that free vaccine in all government hospitals of Delhi for Delhiites. A budget of 50 crores passed for vaccination.

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Published on 9 March 2021 7:12 AM GMT

Delhi Budget 2021: Free COVID Vaccine for Delhiites, Rs 9934 Cr allocated for Health
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New Delhi: Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister of the national capital, presented the budget of Delhi in the Assembly on Tuesday. During this time, he has made several important announcements. During this, he said that the Delhi government has decided to celebrate 75th Independence Day, will organize programs for 75 weeks from March 12.

Delhi Budget 2021:

During the 75-week 'Patriotic' programs, 10 crores have been allocated for programs related to Bhagat Singh's life and 10 crores for the programs related to Babasaheb Ambedkar. The budget of Delhi government's financial year 2021-22 will be 'Patriotic Budget'.

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Free Vaccine in hospitals of Delhi:

Presenting the budget, Manish Sisodia said that free vaccine in all government hospitals of Delhi for Delhiites. A budget of 50 crores passed for vaccination. Apart from this, special Mahila Mohalla clinics will be started for women.

In the first phase, 100 Mahila Mohalla clinics will be started. After this, there will be at least 1 Mahila Mohalla Clinic in every ward. A provision of 9934 crore budget has been made for the health sector, which is 14 percent of the total budget. Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia presented a budget of Rs 69,000 crore for the fiscal year 2021-22 in the Legislative Assembly. He said that the Delhi government plans to increase the per capita income of the city to the level of Singapore by 2047.

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Happiness classes for students:

He said that more steps have to be taken on the quality of education. Happiness classes have started, interest of other states is increasing, interest of international institutions is increasing in it. This year, we will give 2 thousand per student to children of 11th to 12th, so that they can present the business idea. Used online education well during Covid's time. Teachers learned technology.

Virtual Delhi School in Delhi. This will probably be the first model school in the world. Schools in other areas of the country will also get the benefit of this. Teachers training scheme started again. The government is also doing more work for higher education in Delhi. We have to put more emphasis on teacher training. Delhi government will start a separate teachers university. Delhi government is preparing to bring Delhi Law University.

Syllabus fro Nursery to eighth:

Manish Sisodia said that a new curriculum prepared from nursery to eighth. Before coming to the new education policy, we are moving towards childhood education. With Delhi's own education board, children will develop in every form. Under the scheme of School of Specialized Excellence, 100 such schools will be opened. It is patriotic politics for us to mark the talents of the country, to make them proud in front of the country. We are paying tribute to children by giving them good education.

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