The credit for the Education to be improved in Gujrat goes to Narendra Modi. Gujrat's Education sector has seen in the increase of the literacy rate increasing from 69.14% in the year 2001 to 79.31% in the year 2011. The Another Important fact is that the female literacy has increased upto 12.93% in the previous years.
All the credit here goes to the Education Department.
Narendra Modi's Gujrat has more than 32,700 panchayat and the grant -aid primary schools. From the past 10 years 80,750 classrooms also have been constructed and 100% drinking water facility is also given to the primary schools. Sanitation in the schools is given lot of importance and for this 62,000 new toilet blocks have been constructed and the compound walls are also constructed in 18,513 schools in order the safety.
The improvement that is undertaken by the Modi Government is ensure the electricity in the primary schools.
Gujrat also has 100% electricity in the various government schools and all the expenditure of the power is paid by the state government.
The Infrastructure upgradation in Gujrat that has been supported by the enrollment drives has been undertaken by the state such as shaala praveshotsav and kanya kelavani Rathyatra. Apart from this, girl child education also has been increased i.e the Vidhyalakshmi Bonds were introduced. Who ever gets enrolled in the school a bond of Rs 2000 is given to the girl child.
The Narendra Modi's Government has also undertaken the initiative called the Gunotsav under which the primary schools are evaluated.
This excercise will be taken anually and nearly 3000 officers and the ministers from all the government departments will visit the schools and even spend complete one day in order to check the teaching conditions and make a report of it.
The total number of government secondary schools in gujrat has increased from 140 in the year 2001 to 744 in the year 2011. Narendra Modi's government has also introduced the semester system from class 9th, change in pattern of Board examinations among others. Gujrat as a particular state has not choosedd to abolish the class 10th board exams. The Gujrat government has increased in the total number of universities which is from mere 11 in the year 2001 to about 45 in the year 2011. Narendra Modi's gujrat has more than 9 lakh students who are studying the college education.
The number of students who are applying for the technical courses such as engineering also has increased significantly. The total numbers of seats in the professional colleges have increased from 22,475 to 1, 38,740 in the previous years.
And even the seats in the Government and the Grant in aid colleges have been increased from 13,470 to 33,955 for the same time duration.
Students who belong to economically weaker sections are given 5% reservations in engineering and pharmacy courses. The tuition fee is waived off for those students who have secured the admission in the technical courses through the merit and to those who belong to the families having the annual income that is lesser than Rs 2.5 lakh or for those who are handicapped.
The state also has provided the free education to more than 24,700 students under this scheme.
In order to increase the knowledge levels of the English language among the various gujrati youth the state government also has introduced the society for creation of opportunity through the proficiency in the English Program.
Through this initiative here more than 2 lakhs students in gujrat state have acquired the proficiency in English. The Narendra Modi Government offers the very good support to the students in their academics. Gujrat government has never taken its step back in providing the quality education.