PM Modi’s 19th Century School Restored for Use as Centre of Inspiration for Children

New Delhi: The Nineteenth Century School in Gujarat’s Vadnagar where Prime Minister Narendra Modi had his primary education has been restored by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It is being redeveloped under the project ‘Prerna’ to be used as a center of inspiration for children through immersive experiences.

This 19th-century school has been restored in an old architectural style by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Based on the vision of the prime minister, this “first-of-its-kind” school redevelopment project ‘Prerna: The Vernacular School’ is being undertaken to inspire the youngsters of the county to become catalysts of change.

This special program for children will start later this year. Two students from each district of the country will take part in the program which will be conducted in a series of batches.

Each batch will have 30 students, covering 15 districts, and in 50 weeks, all 750 districts of the country will be covered. A total of 1500 students will benefit from this program.

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