The budget also promises of new agriculture universities at Alwar and Kota.
The budget also announced recruitment of 2,000 patwaris, 1,000 nursing training teachers for child development projects, 1,161 constables for new Mewar Bheel Core Batallion in Banswara, 500 foresters and 2,000 forest guards.
The budget proposed an employment subsidy of Rs 5,000 to industries giving priority to bona fide residents of Rajasthan. The subsidy was increased to Rs 45,000 and Rs 40,000 for providing employment to bona fide residents by the established enterprises in backward and most backward areas.
Further an announcement of skill training scheme was also announced by the Chief Minister in order to prepare youths for employment. Under the scheme Rs 15 crore has been allocated for entrepreneurship development.
In government run ITIs, 22500 seats will be introduced at the cost of Rs 28 crore. The government will provide skill training to unemployed youths at these institutes. Technical training for 12 professions will be provided to 4,000 women at 24 government ITIs at the cost of Rs 23 crore, the Chief Minister announced
4514 nurse (grade II) posts and 5558 female health worker posts are also proposed to be filled up this year. The government also announced to recruit 1000 nursing training teachers.
The government plans to add 3379 classrooms and toilets in 1163 adarsh schools.
Notification for filling up 75000 posts will be released in the next financial year.
(With Inputs from PTI)
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