Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch Gujarat’s Mission Schools of Excellence on Wednesday at Tri Mandir’s Dadanagar Convention Hall in Adalaj, Gandhinagar.
In a press release, Education Minister Jitu Vaghani stated that over the next four to five years, 50,000 classrooms will be built, as well as 1.5 lakh smart classrooms, 20,000 computer labs, and 5,000 Atal Tinkering Labs.
With the program’s launch, projects worth Rs 5,567 crore will be declared to be in various stages of implementation.
“Currently, works worth Rs 1,650 crore are under tender processes in more than 7,000 schools towards construction of 8,000 classrooms and over 20,000 other facilities. Further, works worth more than Rs 2,881 crore will be taken up soon for constructing 13,500 classrooms in more than 4,000 schools and for building hostels, District Institute for Education and Training (DIET) buildings, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) complexes,” the minister stated.