So here’s Modi government combining education and employment in an eco-friendly manner.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief guest at an event in New Delhi to launch a new concept of container schools in India. Celebrating World Youth Skills Day on July 15, Modi launched India’s first ever container school, built by Safeducate. Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudy, the Minister of State for Skill Development and Enterpreneurship, marked his presence as the guest of honour.
Congratulating Safeducate, the PM applauded the concept which transforms the waste containers into technology-laced schools. With this the government aims to help more than 40 crore people by the end of financial year 2022.
Safeducate has thus brought a new and innovative concept of schools which can be easily cloned at other locations across the nation as well. With this, the government expects to take education and skill training to the remote corners of India, bringing a change at the grassroot level.
Giving further information on the same, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Safeducate, Divya Jain, said that the Safeducate container schools have been designed to attract people with professional look and also laced with all the required technologies and amenities. The first school launched can train 189 students in one month, with three classrooms, library, computer lab, activity and recreation areas, also providing accommodation to 23 students.
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