Union Budget 2019 Education Sector Highlights: Study In India Programme Announced
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Union Budget 2019 Education Sector update: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman proposed Study In India Programme to bring foreign students to India in his budget 2019 presentation today for the education sector.

She also announced draft legislation for strengthening higher education in India will come up. “India has the potential to be hub of higher education. We propose to start a programme called 'Study In India' to bring foreign students to India,” she said.
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FM Sitharaman has proposed to allocate Rs 400 crore for world-class higher education institutions in Budget 2019.



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Union Budget 2019: Highlights
The FM proposed the setting up of the National Research Foundation (NRF. The aim of NRF is to assimilate the various research funds, and provides the opportunity or platform to the youth.
The National Sports Education Board is to be set up under ‘Khelo India’ for the development of sportspersons. It will help to bring great players for the future.
The new national policy will also be formed for education. In New Education Policy there will be new plans for the School and Colleges.
Under the ‘Kaushal Vikas Yojna’ 10 million youth will get training skills related to the industrial sector. Also Read: RRB Paramedical Recruitment 2019 Application Status Can be Checked through These Steps