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Girls securing 1st div in HSLC to get scooty from govt

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Aug 18 - The girl students getting 60 per cent and above marks in the HS Final Year Examination for the year 2020 conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) would be given free scooty, announced the State Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today.

A total of 22,000 girl students, securing first division, would get free scooty under Pragyan Bharati Scheme by October 15 this year, Sarma stated.�

�The government would soon initiate the procurement process on the Government e-Marketing (GeM) platform. The cost of each scooty would be around Rs 50,000-55,000. The registration charges of the two wheelers would be borne by the beneficiaries themselves and they will also have to purchase helmet and other accessories on their own,� Sarma mentioned.�

Since the state budget had promised chargeable electric scooters, the students would have an option to place a request for the same instead of normal petrol scooty being given by the government.�

Those willing to get electric scooty can place a request for the same on sebaonline.org. As per government norms, the students cannot sell their scooty for up to three years.

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Girls securing 1st div in HSLC to get scooty from govt

GUWAHATI, Aug 18 - The girl students getting 60 per cent and above marks in the HS Final Year Examination for the year 2020 conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) would be given free scooty, announced the State Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today.

A total of 22,000 girl students, securing first division, would get free scooty under Pragyan Bharati Scheme by October 15 this year, Sarma stated.�

�The government would soon initiate the procurement process on the Government e-Marketing (GeM) platform. The cost of each scooty would be around Rs 50,000-55,000. The registration charges of the two wheelers would be borne by the beneficiaries themselves and they will also have to purchase helmet and other accessories on their own,� Sarma mentioned.�

Since the state budget had promised chargeable electric scooters, the students would have an option to place a request for the same instead of normal petrol scooty being given by the government.�

Those willing to get electric scooty can place a request for the same on sebaonline.org. As per government norms, the students cannot sell their scooty for up to three years.