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Guj CM inaugurates girls’ school setup by Bhuj Swaminarayan temple in Mandavi

“New classrooms, drinking water, electricity and separate washroom for girls added in 57,000 government schools in Gujarat”

“Gujarat Govt committed to increase scope of Digital Education System” – Vijay Rupani 

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today began New Year 2018 A.D. by promoting the cause of girls’ education, considered to be an auspicious work, alongside spreading the scope of digital education system in the state.

He said that new classrooms, drinking water facility, electricity connection and separate washrooms for girl students have been provided in 57,000 government schools in the state. He said that digital virtual classrooms have already been built in 250 primary schools.

Mr. Rupani He was speaking at a function while inaugurating the Kanya Vidyamandir at Piyava in Mandvi taluka in Kutch district built by Bhuj Swaminarayan Mandir at a cost of Rs.18-crore spread over 9-acre campus for 1,200 girl students. He went round the campus to have a feel of the ambience.

He said that Lord Swaminarayan had ordained his devotees to spread quality education and social service, spreading education particularly in the field of medicine and health.

He reiterated his commitment to carry forward the spreading girls’ education initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he was the Chief Minister of the State. Girls are the carriers of culture, proponent of service.

Ahmedabad’s Acharya Kaushalendraprasadji and Chief Minister exchanged greetings and felicitated donors. Bhuj Swaminarayan Temple donated Rs.5-lakh to the Kanya Kelavani Fund. Mahant Swami Dharmanandandasji blessed on the occasion. Councillor Jadav Bhagat gave details of the school.

Those present on the occasion included Minister of State Vasanbhai Ahir, Vinodbhai Chavda, MLAs Nimaben Acharya, Narendrasinh Jadeja and Maltiben, District Panchayat President Kaushalyaben Madhaparia and large number of people.

Source: Information Department, Gujarat