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PM-Modi Launches Mission Schools and Projects Worth ₹4,260 Crore

The Mission, which has a total budget of Rs. 10,000 crore, is designed to improve the state's educational facilities by constructing new classrooms, smart classrooms, computer laboratories, and other improvements.

In Trimandir, Gujarat, on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM-Modi) opened the Mission Schools of Excellence. He also broke ground on $4,260 crore worth of infrastructure.

The Mission, which has a total budget of Rs. 10,000 crore, is designed to improve the state’s educational facilities by constructing new classrooms, smart classrooms, computer laboratories, and other improvements.

In his remarks, the prime minister declared that this occasion would mark a turning point toward a thriving Gujarat and India. In his discussion about the advancement of 5G technology, he claimed that India will undergo a transformation as a result of 5G. “5G will take education system beyond smart facilities, smart classrooms and smart teachings and take it to the next level. Our younger students can now experience the power of virtual reality and the internet of things in schools. The Mission Schools of Excellence, Gujarat has taken the first and most significant step in the entire country.”

He added that Gujarat has seen an array of changes in the field of education in the last two decades. “In these two decades, the people of Gujarat have shown the transformation of the education system in their state. More than 1.25 lakh new classrooms were built in Gujarat, and more than 2 lakh teachers were recruited.”

PM-Modi referred to the “Gunotsav,” saying that aptitude, talents, and capacities of the students were assessed, and appropriate solutions were recommended to raise the standard of education. “A more advanced technology-based version of the ‘Gunotsav’ is functioning in Vidiya Sameeksha Kendra in Gujarat. The state has always been part of some unique and big experiments in the field of education. We established the Institute of Teachers Education, the first teacher training university in Gujarat.”

In addition to computer-aided learning laboratories in more than 20,000 schools, according to PM-Modi, TV had already reached 15,000 classrooms in Gujarat ten years prior. “Many such systems had become an integral part of the schools of Gujarat many years ago. Today in Gujarat more than 1 crore students and more than 4 lakh teachers register online attendance. 20 thousand schools in Gujarat are going to enter the 5G era of education.”

“5G will help in making the best content, pedagogy and teacher available to everyone, including in remote areas. Variety and flexibility of educational options will bring the new National Education Policy to the ground. 14,500 PM-SHRI schools which will be model schools for the implementation of the National Education Policy. 27 thousand crore rupees will be spent on the scheme,” he added.

The new National Education Policy, according to PM-Modi, is an effort to break the nation free from the mindset of servitude and to foster talent and creativity. “Knowledge of the English language was taken as a measure of intelligence. Whereas language is just a medium of communication. But for so many decades, language had become such a hindrance that the country could not get the benefit of the talent pool in the villages and poor families. Now this situation is being changed. Students have the option of studying science, technology, and medicine in Indian languages too. Efforts are underway to make courses in several Indian languages including Gujarati.”

“India has immense potential to become a great knowledge economy in the world. In the 21st century, I have no hesitation in claiming that most of the innovations related to science, most of the innovations related to technology, will be in India. Till now Gujarat is recognized for trade and business, it is for manufacturing. But in the 21st century, Gujarat is developing as a knowledge hub of the country, as an innovation hub. I am sure that the Mission Schools of Excellence will elevate this spirit,” the Prime Minister said.

Bhupendra Patel, the chief minister of Gujarat, Acharya Devvrat, the governor, Jitubhai Vaghani, Kuberbhai Dindor, and Kiritsinh Vaghela were occasionally present.

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