TN Govt to offer free bicycles to ITI students

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. (file photo)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. (file photo)

In yet another pro-students initiative, the Tamil Nadu Government has proposed to give free bicycles to over 21,000 beneficiaries studying in state-run Industrial Training Institutes.

Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa allocated Rs 6.36 crore for providing bicycles “free of cost’’, considering the fact that a large number of students in ITIs hail from economically poor background, an official release here said.

This is in line with an existing scheme of providing bicycles to school students who cover considerable distance to reach their institutions, the release said, adding that the proposed move will benefit 21,925 ITI students.

The Jayalalithaa Government is already providing a slew of sops to school and college-going students including supply of free laptops, touted to be a key programme of the government.

(This article was published on August 10, 2012)
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