Praveshotsav reduced the dropout rate.

Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel announced the 17th annual Shala Praveshotsav and Kanya Kelavani drive . More than two lakh children were admitted to Class I .

Gandhinagar: On Thursday, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel announced the 17th annual Shala Praveshotsav and Kanya Kelavani drive from Memadpur primary school in Vadgam taluka of Banaskantha district.On the occasion, Education Minister Jitu Vaghani said that more than two lakh children were admitted to Class I.After distributing enrolment kits and chocolates to the students, the CM spoke with them.Other ministers and top bureaucrats were also part of the programme throughout the day.

In 823 more villages, the government made all arrangements for transportation for students.On Thursday, 141 new classrooms were completed for Rs 8.43 crore, and the students were also given their names.Since Narendra Modi was the CM in 2003, the dropout rate in the states has drastically decreased, according to the CM, who says the shala praveshotsav has been introduced to improve the educational standard in Gujarat.Patel praised the Memadpur primary school girls with shields and certificates for their academic achievements.

In the aftermath of the pandemic, the shala praveshotsav had been discontinued in 2020 and 2021.Former Union minister Hari Chaudhary, district president Gumansinh Chauhan, Dileep Vaghela, Suresh Shah, Hitesh Chaudhary, district superintendent of police Akshayraj Makwana, and several locals attended the gathering.