On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened 16 residential schools in Uttar Pradesh for underprivileged kids. The schools were constructed for roughly Rs. 1,115 crore.
These schools, known as Atal Awasiya Vidyalayas, have been established to give orphans from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the children of labourers and construction workers access to an outstanding educational experience.
Prime Minister Modi spoke with some students prior to dedicating these schools to the country.
Each of the residential schools will have 1,000 students. It strives to increase access to quality education and support children’s overall development.
Each of the schools is built on a plot of land that is between 10 and 15 acres large, and it includes a mini-auditorium, a hostel complex, a meal hall, and staff housing in addition to classrooms, playgrounds, and recreational facilities.
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Source: The Indian Express