According to Union government the increase in annual allocation for interest-free loans to students and digitalis over 15 lakh classrooms as part of its resolve to ensure quality education in the country, said Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday. According to annual budget has set interest-free loans to 10 lakh students will be increasing to Rs 2,200 crore in upcoming three years, said Union Minister for Human Resource Development Javadekar, addressing the 2nd Higher Education Human Resource Conclave. Under ‘Operation digital broad he told that conclave, organised with an aim “to promote an environment of innovations, employ ability and entrepreneurship across the country” The Center had already try to provide atop of Rs 6,000 crore to the following respective states – Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Andaman, Rajasthana and Bihar under Technical Education Quality Improvement Program who had provided quality education, he said. The Center aims at launching Operation Digital Board’ in all schools in five years, basically its an official statement, adding the venture would “ensure quality, equity, accessibility and accountability in education by pro-active action and plan”.The best idea was interacting with different college students from various districts of the state via video conferencing, Javadekar said “the digital technology has changed our lives.” According to Javadekar its a achievement. According to their report 81 new colleges were set up in the state and 75 others were provided funds to add to their infrastructure.A cluster university is an initiative of the centrally-sponsored RUSA to create new universities by upgrading existing colleges and converting them into a cluster.