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Bigger budget for education can help achieve SDGs By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 26th April, 2016, 00:00

Increased budgetary allocations on education and their proper utilisation are likely to play the key role in achieving the goals set in the 7th five-year plan and SDGs, speakers at a dialogue observed…

Bigger budget for education can help achieve SDGs

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