Good news for students, Himachal Pradesh govt starts laptop distribution under Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme 2023. To get laptop, student has to fill HP free laptop scheme application / registration form. Read this article till the end to know the HP Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme apply online process.

HP Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme 2023

In today's life, the education learning is going digital and most of the classes are being taught on smartphones and laptops. So in order to promote digital learning, HP govt has started Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme 2023. In the new programme, state govt. is going to provide free laptops to about 20,000 meritorious students of the state.

HP Free Laptop Distribution Scheme to Motivate Students 

The new HP free laptop scheme would motivate other students to excel in academics and win a laptop next time. Himachal Pradesh has made unprecedented progress in the field of education and the state has even surpassed Kerala in several parameters in the field of education, which is honour for everyone.

CM said that the state government is giving topmost priority to provide quality education to the students with a special focus on the education of girl students. Earlier people took the education of girls casually, but now the times have changed and girls are excelling in studies which has resulted in women's empowerment.

Benefits of Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital scheme

Students are the future of the nation and thus it is vital to focus on their education. The laptops provided by the state government to the students would go a long way in assisting them in their studies. COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the distribution of these laptops, but now the state government has provided these laptops to the students.

Change in technology has brought a sea change in the education system as well. Thus, modern equipment like laptops, computers, and mobile have become necessary tools for studies. So, the CM has launched HP Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital scheme 2023. 

Other Steps by Govt to Improve Quality of Education 

Recently, the Himachal Pradesh state government has opened a new state university in Mandi to facilitate the students of nearby districts to get higher education nearer their homes. The new university would start functioning with full strength at the earliest. Also, the university and college teachers would be provided UGC scales soon.

CM also interacted with the meritorious students of different districts. He told the students to work hard as there was no shortcut to success. Education minister said the education sector in the state has witnessed unprecedented development under the leadership of the chief minister.

How to Apply Online for HP Free Laptop Scheme

The process to apply online for HP Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital scheme 2023 is not known. It is expected that state govt. will invite Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital scheme online application form at its official website or at a dedicated portal. As soon as the update for apply online process comes, we will update it in this article.

Budget Allocation for HP Free Laptop Scheme 

Himachal govt. has spent a whooping amount of Rs. 83 crore on HP free laptop distribution scheme. All the ministers attended the launch event of Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme 2023 in their respective districts and distributed laptops to meritorious students. 

Launch Event of Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital Scheme 

Former Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur launched laptop distribution in Himachal Pradesh on 8th June 2022.

On the launch event of Srinivasa Ramanujan Student Digital scheme, former CM addressed teachers, students, parents and other dignitaries. He congratulated the meritorious students for getting laptops on the occasion. 
Former Chief Minister said "An educated citizenry was the biggest asset for any democratic society and students are known for their readiness to fight for all right causes since their thoughts are pure and honest." 

This article is a reworked version of the article published in Hindustan Times which can be accessed through the link -