Srikaki is a predominantly Muslim city in the north of India.
It is the capital of the state of Punjab and the seat of the Congress party.
Srikaki’s government schools are located in Sivagangan and Faridabad.
The two campuses are among those in Sivalin district that are being reopened to teach women’s courses in September.
The Srikakyas government has asked all government colleges in Sri Lankan state to reopen for women’s studies.
The students who study at these government schools have been told they will be entitled to the same academic entitlements as men.
They will be given the same amount of tuition, the same support and all facilities, education minister Manish Tewari said in a statement.
Sri Lankans are eligible to study in government schools in the state but only those who have received government scholarships, and who are at least 18 years of age, are eligible for this entitlement.
The education minister also clarified that men and women are eligible equally to study at government colleges.
The ministry said all the colleges in the Srikalkya region will be fully open to women and they will have the same facilities.
The Srikaganga government has opened three government colleges for women and the government arts college in Faridbalan will open in September, Tewami said.