Tripura Chief Minister Celebrates Education Leap with Central Sanskrit University Campus Inauguration

Northeast Desk, 21st February: Chief Minister Manik Saha expressed his excitement about the inauguration of the Central Sanskrit University. The virtual event, graced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, signifies a significant leap forward in advancing education in the state.

CM Saha commended the establishment of the Central Sanskrit University, emphasizing its mission to promote Sanskrit nationwide. The Ekalavya Campus, the 11th among the 13 campuses established a decade ago, offers a variety of courses in traditional Shastri Departments and modern subjects. With an investment exceeding Rs 100.83 crore, the university emphasizes a fusion of ancient traditions and contemporary studies.

Under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, Tripura has undergone notable transformations in higher educational institutions. Projects worth Rs 13,000 crore, including 37 Centrally Funded Higher Educational Institutions, 44 School Educational Institutions, and 2 Skill Development Institutes, are either inaugurated or in progress. CM Saha takes pride in the infrastructural enhancements at Central Sanskrit University, Maharaja Bir Bikram University, and Navodaya Vidyalaya.

The Chief Minister acknowledged the Prime Minister’s dedication to education, citing the Pradhan Mantri Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (PMUSHA) with an outlay of Rs. 12,926.10 crore. He announced a significant Rs 20 crore allocation under the Grants to Strengthen University (GSU) program for Maharaja Bir Bikram University.

CM Saha stressed the wealth of untapped Sanskrit heritage and echoed PM Modi’s call for the youth to embrace India’s cultural legacy. He encouraged support for the Prime Minister’s initiative to revive India’s ancient glory and heritage.

The event, attended by Union Minister of State Pratima Bhoumik and officials from the Central Sanskrit University, signifies a collaborative effort towards educational and cultural advancement in Tripura.

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