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Budget emphasizes on education in regional languages-Allen offers Gujarati NEET (UG) solved exam papers of 11 years


KOTA. Gauging the necessity of teaching in regional languages as emphasized in the recent union budget 2022, the Allen Career Institute has exclusively designed a DLP course in regional language.

Among the highlights in the union budget presented by the Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman,  imparting education in regional languages was a significant announcement.


Gauging the necessity of education in regional language, Allen Career Institute Kota has exclusively designed a DLP course, and associated course booklet which carries Gujarati NEET (UG) solved Exam papers of last 11 years. The NEET (UG) examination comprises of 200 multiple choice questions and is timed for 3 hours; hence, aspirants need to practice well to improve their speed and manage time effectively. To perfect students on the NEET (UG) exam pattern practice, Allen has designed a course booklet in Gujarati. This booklet in Gujarati aims at helping students form the right exam strategy by practicing advanced-level questions.

Course Features:

  1. Solutions Prepared by Allen Expert Faculties.
  2. Improve Concept Understanding.
  3. Enhance question-solving speed, accuracy, and precision.
  4. Access different question types.
  5. Effective time management
  6. Reduce Examination fear.
  7. Boost Confidence level of students


In the recent financial budget, the Union government has proposed to launch a digital university that will impart teaching in regional languages and ICT (information and communication technology) formats. The formation of a Digital University aims to provide access to world-class education to Indian students.

It will be built on a networked hub-and-spoke model and collaborate with other central universities to offer the necessary digital training and infrastructure.

In her fourth Union Budget (2022) presentation, Sitharaman tabled a record Rs 104,277.72 crore for expenditure on education for Financial Year 2023. This is Rs 11,053.41 crore more than the Budget estimate of Rs 93,224 crore for the Financial Year 2022 and translates to nearly 12 percent growth compared to last year.



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