What step does state government take to provide education facilities to the people.

Steps taken by state government to provide education facilities to people are

1. open schools in every village and locality so that schools are easily accessible to the people.
2. appointing trained teachers in these schools.
3. providing mid-day meal services in these schools to encourage people to send their children to school.
4. providing scholarships to children, particularly girls.
5. building infrastructure like school buildings.

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