Prime Minister Narendra Modi will virtually inaugurate the ‘Sardardham’ building in Ahmedabad on September 11, built at a cost of Rs 200 crore by the Vishwa Patidar Samaj, which is touted as the one stop business, social and educational hub for the Patidar community.
Built over an area of 11,672 square feet near the Vaishnodevi circle at Ahmedabad Gandhinagar border area. The Sardardham building boasts of residential facility for 1600 students/aspirants, e-library with 1,000 computer systems, library, high tech classrooms, gymnasium, auditoriums, multi-purpose halls, resthouse with 50 luxury rooms along with other amenities for business and political conglomerations.
A 50 feet tall bronze statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel has been installed in front of the Sardardham building. On this occasion, Modi will also conduct the ‘bhumipujan’ ceremony for Girls’ Hostel (Kanya Chhatralay) under Sardardham Project Phase 2 which is intended to house around 2500 girl students, also built at the cost of another Rs 200 crore.
The two centres at the Sardardham Project will also host aspirants for UPSC/GPSC, Defence and other civil services entrance examinations, wherein they will be provided faculty for preparation as well as training for interviews and group discussions. The representatives of Vishwa Patidar Samaj said that students from all communities will get an opportunity to live and study at the Sardardham Bhawan.