Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the 5th and last breakup of Rs 20 lakh crore relief package - know what is special for you, read 10 big things



Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today presented the fifth and final breakup of the Kovid-19 relief package worth Rs 20 lakh crore. Announcing the last installment today, Sitharaman said that I will start with the words of the Prime Minister's speech. As a nation, we are at a very important stage. This is an opportunity for India in times of disaster. We need to build a self-reliant India.


new Delhi. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today presented the fifth and final breakup of the Kovid-19 relief package worth Rs 20 lakh crore. Announcing the last installment today, Sitharaman said that I will start with the words of the Prime Minister's speech. As a nation, we are at a very important stage. This is an opportunity for India in times of disaster. We need to build a self-reliant India. Land, labor, liquidity and law have all been taken into account in the relief package aimed at self-reliant India. Nirmala Sitharaman said that the government is providing immediate financial help to the poor, providing food. He said that today there will be a focus on reforms and 7 announcements will be made. These will be related to MNREGA, Health, Education, Business, Companies Act, Ease of Doing Business and PSUs.


Highlights and announcements of the fifth and last breakup of the relief package .


Multi-mode PM e-learning program for online education will be launched soon By May 30, 100 top universities will be approved to run online courses. 
- E-content and QR coded syllabus will be made available in all states / union territories.
 - There will be separate channels for each class. This scheme will be for classes 1 to 12.
 - Communal radio and pocketcast will be used. Special content will be prepared for the visually challenged and mentally challenged persons. 
- The surrender program will be re-run.

- Live sessions are being conducted between teachers and students. Private DTH providers are also providing educational content.



Stay Conneted