CM announces 100 reservation for Kannadigas in private sector

CM announces 100 reservation for Kannadigas in private sector

Submitted by alvin on Wed, 2017-03-15 11:45 Bengaluru: Defying the tradition of presenting the budget on Fridays, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who also holds the Finance portfolio presented the budget at 11.30 am on Wednesday. This is the last budget of this government and 12th budget for Siddarmaiah as Finance Minister.  CM announces six new medical colleges, five multi-speciality hospitals 100 per cent reservation for Kannadigas in private firms Siddaramaiah announces 49 new taluks Providing basic facilities, erasing gender inequality are our priorities: CM Demonetisation and unpreparedness of RBI and GoI impacted growth Each ward will have 'Namma Canteen' Bengaluru CM says no to farm loan waiver Industrial growth expected to be 2.2�gainst last year's 4.9�ekedatu dam project to be implemented by the government Anganwadi children to get eggs twice a week 25 lakh farmers to get 13,500 crore agriculture loans Siddaramaiah okays English teaching from class I Four sports academies will come up to encourage sports Karnataka is number one in horticulture in 2016 Rs 20 cr allotted to World Kannada Convention Filmland to come up near Mysuru Super speciality hospitals in Tumakuru and Vijayapura Mobile canteens through Zilla Stee Shakti Okoota Rs 175 crore for Mahamastakabhisheka in Shravanabelagola 176 composite colleges will be set up No VAT on beer, feni, liquor Karnataka One centres on the lines of Bengaluru One Nine districts to have Karnataka One centres CM implements Neera policy in the state Job for SC/ST workers in private firms under Ashadeeepa scheme Cloud seeding to be taken up at Rs 30 crore Additional excise on liquor abolished Free WiFi in all gram panchayat limits  Rs 50,000 loan facility for farmers willing to buy water tankers Namma Canteens to provide breakfast at Rs 5 and meals at Rs 10 VII Pay Commission for State govt employees Each meat shops to get Rs 1.25 lakh financial assistance Three districts to have runways Each meat shops to get Rs 1.25 lakh financial assistance 43 roads in BBMP limits to be developed Churidar uniform for girls studying in VIII, IX and X KR Puram and Silk Board junctions will be developed in collabaration with BMRCL Govt to cancel two-stroke autos in state State Govt to regulate multiplexes by making a max Rs 200 entry fee BMTC to induct 3000 more buses, out of which 150 will be run on electricity, 50 electric buses for Mysuru MVT increased to 18 �,626 high school teachers to be recruited Anna Bhagya scheme to see an increase in food grains distribution from current 5 kg to 7 kg per person Poornachandra Tejaswi Prathishtana to come up to encourage research on environment Raichur to get new university Free laptops for 1.25 lakh students  Ayush drug manufacturing unit in Belagavi at a cost of 5 crore Underpass to come up at Hebbal Junction 25 kms road to be developed under TenderSure project in BBMP limits Six new medical colleges to come up in state Rs 42 crore to rejuvenate lakes in Bengaluru  Rs 3 lakh assistance to buy vehicles for unemployed members in SC/ST community Beary Study Chair to come up at Mangalore University New airports to be built in Karwara, Madikeri and Chikkamagaluru 100 per cent reservation for Kannadigas in private firms Under Samar scheme, 28 lakh toilets will be built Solar-powered borewells, which has worked in Bandipur and Nagarahole, to be extended to fill 100 water bodies.  Reservation for women in Karnataka civil services direct recruitment now 33�ephro Urology centres to come up at Mysuru and Kalaburgi 'A' Grade jobs to Olympic champs Rs five crore for Olympic gold medallists 16,500 nurses to get computer tabs 1000 public toilets to be constructed in Bengaluru ZP members to get Rs 5,000 as honourary amount from Rs 3,000 You can now rent bicycle in select areas of Bengaluru Govt to set up film city in Himmavu in Mysuru for the development of Kannada film industry Entire track length of 42.3 kms of first phase of Namma metro to be completed Dialysis centres to come up at 144 taluks State to open a centre in Shabarimala pilgrim centre to help devotees travelling from Karnataka Screening of Kannada films is mandatory for multiplexes Govt allocates Rs. 15929 to water resource department for various projects Mangaluru's Wenlock hospital to be upgraded Krishi Bhagya scheme extended to horticulture this time 6 lakh sandalwood saplings will be raised 3rd stage works of women and convicts prison in Bengaluru Central Prison to be taken up Special children court to be made child friendly and construction of court in Bengaluru urban district Primary and secondary education dept to be allocated Rs. 18266 crore in 2017-18 Ksheera Bhagya: Now milk to be given to school students for five days a week 200 generic medical stores to be set up under ‘Janoushadi Generic Medical Stores’ scheme Loan limitation for Women entrepreneurs increased from Rs 50 lakhs to Rs 2 crores Opening balance: Rs -176.04cr. Total Receipts: Rs 1,44,891.54cr. Total Expenditure: Rs 1,44,755cr. Surplus: Rs 136cr. 10,000 teachers for primary schools, 1626 high school and 1191 teachers to be recruited in 2 phases Gold medal winner in Olympics to get Rs 5 crore, silver winner to get Rs 3 crore and bronze winner to get Rs 2 crore Institute of Dermatology will be started in the premises of Tuberculosis Hospital, Bengaluru Matru Poorna scheme in all 30 districts; hot meal to be provided to pregnant