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Digitalization and online system have brought transparency in minority schemes: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Digitalization and online system have brought transparency in minority schemes: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

New Delhi: Ministry for Minority Affairs has become completely online. Every scheme has become digital. Digitalization has made it free of middle-men. It has brought transparency in all the schemes and the middle-men have vanished. These views were expressed by Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. He was addressing the workshop of officers organised by Maulana Azad Education Foundation here at the NDMC Convention Centre, New Delhi.

MAEF Secretary Rizwanur Rahman, Secretary for Ministry of Minority Affairs Ameising Luikham, Additional Secretary S Dev and Maulana Azad Education Foundation treasurer Shakir Husain Ansari were present on the occasion of inauguration of workshop.

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi mentioned skill development, scholarship, Ghareeb Nawaz Skill Development, learn and earn, Nai Manzil, Begum Hazrat Mahal Girls’ Scholarship, Nai Udaan, free coaching and other schemes launched by the Ministry of Minority affairs.

He said the digitalization system has brought transparency and the beneficiaries are directly benefitted by the schemes.

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