Rural education has been confined to many manifest which the government as well as private holders are trying best to get the best education system for the students.
Though in the past we have heard a lot about scheme and plan been passed and implemented for rural division to shape the educational institutions yet a lot is to be done.
Therefore , continuing to dole out incentives in rural and tribal areas,Gujarat government on announced that it has allotted 70 acres land to the various educational institutesin 13 districts across the state. The allotted land can be used to develop building, play ground, hostels and for other development.
According to an official statement, by providing the land, the state government intends to develop education related facilities mostly at the tribal areas.
"Improvement in facilities within educational institute premises will support to serve quality education in the state," said Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel.
Of these, the state government has allotted 50 acre land to Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Dumad village of Vadodara district. Rest of the land has been allotted to various educational institutes and trusts in other districts including Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Sabarkantha, Patan, Banaskantha and Amreli.