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BHADARWAH: While hailing the annual budget presented by Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu in the State Assembly, Ess and Ess Institute of Technology (SSIT) Bhadarwah termed it as the most innovative in the recent times which is primarily aimed at to empower the unemployed youth and also to motivate the students from weaker section of the society to persue higher education by announcing easy educational loans for them. SSIT Bhadarwah which has been assigned to train rural youth in different skills under Prime Minister’s ‘Skill India Programme’, organised a discussion in which besides faculty members, nearly 100 students of the institute participated to discuss pros and cons of budget and how it is going to effect common man especially youth. Chairman Ess Ess Group Safeer Ahmed said that the budget is with certain shortfalls but still people friendly in general and youth friendly in particular , denouncing a lot of schemes for youth in various sectors. Director Ess Ess Super Brain Academy, Mudaser Nawaz said that those students belonging to weaker section of the society who after qualifying examination can secure admission in different universities, at post graduation and P.Hd level shall be provided interest subvention on the education loans till the completion of the course. Prominent among those who participated in the discussion include Mudaser Nawaz, Majid Baba, Shafia Bano, Amir Latief, Afsha Shamim, Mumtaz Begum and others.
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