It is impossible to exaggerate the role that education plays in determining a country’s future. The JITO Ahmedabad Education Trust accepted the challenge of constructing the first-ever common hostel for four Jain groups in Ahmedabad after seeing the need for high-quality housing for students in the Jain community. The JITO Ratnamani Hostel was opened by Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi and Torrent Group Chairman ShriSudhir Mehta in Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, in the presence of JITO Gujarat and JITO Apeksh Team members.
Prakash Sanghvi, Chairman of JITO Ahmedabad Education Trust, stated, “This common hostel is the first of its kind to encompass all the four pillars of Jain society. It is a home away from home for students who are building their future and need the best facilities to live, learn, and grow. We believe that every student deserves the best facilities to build their future, and our hostels are designed to meet their needs.”
The JITO Ratnamani Hostel, which is in the centre of Ahmedabad, has a number of contemporary amenities such full in-room amenities, Wi-Fi, round-the-clock security, a gym, dining commons, low-energy active systems, and passive design features. Also, the hostel has a well-stocked library where guests can concentrate on their academic goals.
Rishabh Patel, Project Convener of JITO Ratnamani Hostel, said, “We hope this facility will be a ray of hope for students and inspire them to pursue their dreams with dedication and commitment.”
The inauguration of JITO Ratnamani Hostel was attended by prominent dignitaries, including Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi and Torrent Group Chairman Sudhir Mehta, and marks a significant milestone in providing quality accommodation for students from the Jain community in Ahmedabad. This initiative by JITO Ahmedabad Education Trust reflects its commitment to promoting education and empowering students with the best facilities to build a bright future.