Even as education is the key to meet new challenges as a divine blessing of sorts, Chief Minister Mr. Vijay Rupani today called for ‘value-added’ education to make the future of new generation brighter.
Inaugurating the Satlasana educational complex run by Gadhwada Kelavani Mandal in Mehsana district, he said it is the state government’s responsibility to provide ‘padhai, kamai, dawai’ to children, youth and old people, as well as that of the society to give the right direction to the new generation.
Mr. Rupani said the state government annually spends Rs.27,000-crore on education, staring 4,000 virtual classrooms, distributing 3-lakh tablets to youth, preparing them for Digital India, Skill India, Make in India, Startup India and Innovations.
He unveiled the statue of the late Karshanbhai M. Prajapati at the educational complex.
Vidhan Sabha Whip Bharatsinh Dabhi spoke on the occasion.
Those present on the occasion included District Collector H.K. Patel, DDO Manoj Daxini, Additional Resident Collector Ramesh Merja, leader Nitinbhai Patel, school’s trustees, taluka panchayat officials and villagers.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat