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Digital Gujarat Tablet Scheme 2021: Today we Introducing One Of the Best Government Scheme For Students. Now days India became digital so Gujarat Government Provide Tablets To Students Under The Digital Gujarat Tablet Scheme Or NAMO Tablet Yojana. You Can Apply Online For Digital Gujarat Tablet Yojana At DigitalGujarat Portal. Here we Know All About The Scheme Including Eligibility Criteria, Application Process, Registration, Document etc.

Digital Gujarat Tablet Scheme 2021
Students taking admissions in first year of collegeare eligible for this Scheme, Rs. 252 crore announced in 2019-20 Budget for NAMO E Tablet Yojana. Now all Eligible and intrested students can apply by filling application form for digital gujarat scheme All the tablets to be given under this scheme are of Acer and Lenovo companies. students will have to pay Rs. 1,000 Tokan Fees for getting e-tablets. Namo E-Tab Scheme aim is help meritorious students get better aid in their higher education and encourage digital learning in colleges.

The Namo e-Tab scheme was announced by by the Chief Minister of Gujarat Vijay Rupani in the year 2017. The state government of Gujarat has provide these tablets at very affordable prices.


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Scheme Overview

Name: Namo Tablet Yojana
Category: State govt Scheme
Namo Tablet Registration: At DigitalGujarat Portal
Scheme Launched by: Chief Minister Vijay Rupani
Eligible Beneficiaries: Gujarat state students
Name of the Institute: Education Department Government of Gujarat
Scheme Lauched on:17/07/2017
Helpline Number: 079-26566000
NAMO Tablet-Eligibility Criteria

The following are the eligibility criteria to obtain the NAMO tablet/Digital Gujarat E Tablet.

The student must have income certificate.
The students education must be passed class 12.
Permanent resident of Gujarat Student are eligible only.
The student must be studying in any educational institution in the State's

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