The development comes in the backdrop of Bengali sub-nationalism emerging as a rallying cry in West Bengal ahead of the assembly elections.
The Rs 58,000 crore project is aimed at providing tap water connection to two crore households in the state within the next five-year period.
Kanyashree is a conditional cash transfer scheme aimed at providing incentives to ensure girls stay in school, thereby delaying their marriage till the age of 18 years.
Until now, the government had been providing a compensation of Rs 10 lakh to the families of COVID warriors upon their death.
As per an official order, no money can be charged from students for providing application forms or prospectus for admission.
CM Mamata Banerjee further said that the state is proud of its youth, and the new generation will take our nation forward.
The relaxation in the night curfew hours will take effect from June 4, the order issued by state Chief Secretary Rajiva Sinha said.
It said that drinking water and drainage infrastructure is getting restored fast and the Public Health Engineering Department has been asked to supply water pouches in crisis-hit areas.
TMC govt has reworked its strategy to combat the disease by increasing testing manifold, altering the audit committee's mandate on COVID-19 deaths and tightening the lockdown.
The Union home secretary said it has been reported that goods traffic through border crossings between India and Bangladesh, falling in West Bengal, has still not resumed.
The advisory also mentioned that "a patients relative will not be allowed to enter the isolation ward and designated ward" meant for COVID-19 patients.
According to Correctional Home Department sources, the move comes in wake of the success of a pilot project at the Dum Dum Central Correctional Home.