Girls’ hostel opened in Nashik

Girls’ hostel opened in Nashik

Nashik, April 24 (UNI) Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Sunday inaugurated the Matoshri Girls Hostel, built under Yashwantrao Chavan’s birth centenary plan, here. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, he said a bigger hostel for all communities will be set up in Mumbai on a three-acre plot of Bandra Technical Education Department, in which girls and boys from Sarthi, Mahajyoti and economically weaker sections will be admitted. Pawar added that in the beginning, Rajshri Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj built hostels and opened the doors of education for all. Around this time, Shahu Maharaj came up with the idea of ​​bringing students from rural areas to the city for education, facilitating their accommodation in hostels, and helping to send students abroad for education. higher, he said and noted that Mahatma Jyotiba Phule and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s work is also significant in the field of education. Today, the image of education has changed and the tools of education have also become more advanced, he said. “Our constitution has taught us the doctrine of inter-faith equality. Even though there are different castes, religions and sects in the country, Shivaji Maharaj taught us to respect each other and equally Phule, Shahu and Ambedkar have carried everyone forward and even today there is no way out for everyone without it,” the Deputy Chief Minister said. With the inauguration of the hostel, all the students living in this hostel should be educated according to their taste, he added Food, Civil Supplies and District Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, Minister of Higher and Technical Education Uday Samant, MLA Narendra Darade, Mohammad Ismail, former MLA Anil Kadam UNI RDS SS 1956

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