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MGNREGA mandays have increased in Tripura: minister

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AGARTALA, Feb 28 - Average mandays under the national flagship programme, MGNREGA, have increased in Tripura in comparison to the two previous years. The State has registered an average of 53.10 mandays till February 5.

Apart from mandays, fund flow under the country�s biggest employment scheme has also increased. In the 2017-18 fiscal, an average of 33.68 mandays were generated, while the mandays rose to 46 in 2018-19 and 53.10 till February 5 in the current fiscal year.

The State received Rs 477.11 crore during 2017-18, Rs 536.59 crore during 2018-19 and Rs 676.91 crore till February 5 during the current fiscal year.

If the present trend continues, the generation of average mandays will be the highest since the last three years, said Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath at the Civil Secretariat here. According to him, the mandays will further increase in the remaining part of the current fiscal year.

�The State has bagged the first place in good governance and implementation of MGNREGA, and the second spot in work completion under the hilly States category. In PMAY, the State�s position is eighth at the national level,� he said.

Nath said the Education Department today released 226 posts of graduate and undergraduate teachers for appointment. All of these posts will be based in rural areas where there is teacher shortage.

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MGNREGA mandays have increased in Tripura: minister

AGARTALA, Feb 28 - Average mandays under the national flagship programme, MGNREGA, have increased in Tripura in comparison to the two previous years. The State has registered an average of 53.10 mandays till February 5.

Apart from mandays, fund flow under the country�s biggest employment scheme has also increased. In the 2017-18 fiscal, an average of 33.68 mandays were generated, while the mandays rose to 46 in 2018-19 and 53.10 till February 5 in the current fiscal year.

The State received Rs 477.11 crore during 2017-18, Rs 536.59 crore during 2018-19 and Rs 676.91 crore till February 5 during the current fiscal year.

If the present trend continues, the generation of average mandays will be the highest since the last three years, said Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath at the Civil Secretariat here. According to him, the mandays will further increase in the remaining part of the current fiscal year.

�The State has bagged the first place in good governance and implementation of MGNREGA, and the second spot in work completion under the hilly States category. In PMAY, the State�s position is eighth at the national level,� he said.

Nath said the Education Department today released 226 posts of graduate and undergraduate teachers for appointment. All of these posts will be based in rural areas where there is teacher shortage.

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