Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister, Prakash Javadekar launched the website and mobile application, RUSA (Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan) on Monday. It is the centrally funded scheme which was developed by the Government of India.
Along with RUSA App and website, the minister also unveiled 17 facilities that are built across 14 states to keep a track on the projects of education scheme. Through the released RUSA Website and App, people can know the report card of states with details of higher education policies, best practices and plans for education.
“There has never been a more exciting time in the education sector as now. To re-imagine our classrooms, be in sync with time and technology and engage stakeholders in a constant conversation to do and achieve more is the aim of this App,” said by the Prakash Javadekar.
According to the reports, during the last three years, the government has also increased the expenditure of Rs. 2,800 crore to hundreds of colleges and universities. The officials also announced that for this year budget they have also provisioned the Rs. 1,300 crore. Along with RUSA app, the HRD Minister also launched the Fund and Reform Tracker App to track funding details.
Javadekar also said that “a cluster University in Jammu and Kashmir, a micro ATM facility at the RUSA centre in Pune University, solar power facility in the ShriShankaracharya University of Sanskrit in Kalady, Kerala, (and) language laboratories in Ghatsila College, Jharkhand.”
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