The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani has started 10 new schools across various tribal areas in the state. The state CM has dedicated 6 Government schools in tribal regions on a significant day i.e., on World Tribal Day. Besides dedicated the schools to the tribal children, he also laid the foundation stone for setting up 4 new schools in the state. An official notice has been released from the office of the State CM. The notice states that all the newly established 10 schools will render quality education to about 4500 students.
Every year, we celebrate World Tribal Day on 9th August 2020 across the world. On the same day, the state Government has celebrated the World Tribal Day at 28 places across 14 districts in Gujarat. The official release also stated that Rupani dedicated the newly constructed schools to the tribal students. During a video conference, the State CM made this announcement.
The tribal development ministers Ramanlal Patkar and Ganpat Vasava also joined the video conference meeting alongside the chief minister and the senior tribal development authorities. As per the official notice issued from the office of the Chief Minister, the total cost for building 10 schools i.e., 6 dedicated and 4 others will be around Rs. 136.40 crores.
The notice further reads that all these schools are situated in the interior tribal regions across the state. This helps tribal children to get an education at the doorway. The Chief Minister remembered the contribution of tribal communities in the history of India. This will benefit more than 4500 students residing in various tribal areas of Gujarat. Get to know more updates about the latest educational news across various states in India. Stay tuned to this website for more updated information.