Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today simultaneously dedicated 1,906 and laid foundation stone of 3,632 works, totaling 5,538 works worth Rs.666-crore concerning Education and Women’s Welfare Department, at a function here today.
He unveiled plaques of 5,179 classrooms, nine polytechnics and 350 anganwadis at the function, telecast live to 1,550 centres, connecting directly to 1.15-lakh students, guardians and other beneficiaries, through BISEG in 21 districts in the state.
Speaking on the occasion, he described the event as laying the foundation of stone of a New India as he called upon the students to maintain cleanliness in the newly constructed classrooms and educational organizations, treating them as temples. He said that care would be taken to maintain quality, compassion and transparency and complete the works in time frame, ensuring every paisa goes to the right place.
Mr. Rupani wished that Gujarat’s Good Governance for all round development of the state should become a Role Model for India.
Deputy Chief Minister Nitinbhai Patel said that Gujarat Government believed in wholesale development works, and not in piecemeal retail. The function arranged on the late former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s birth anniversary, which is also celebrated as Good Governance Day, reflects the Gujarat Government’s performance in Good Governance.
Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma said the Rs.666-crore initiative to provide quality infrastructure from the pre-school stage to technical level. He said that innovative ideas initiated by Mr. Narendra Modi as the Chief Minister of Gujarat are followed up under the leadership of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.
Tribal Welfare and Women & Child Welfare Minister Ganpatsinh Vasava said that education has got more importance under the leadership of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.
Minister of State for Education Vibhavari Dave proposed a vote of thanks.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat