After providing extensive COVID relief in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, the Shrinathji temple board has begun it’s pursuit of promoting education for girls. An amount of ₹12 crores has been invested for establishment of a new state secondary school for girls and construction of the Modern School for Higher Secondary Education in the district of Nathdwara has commenced.
Taking all the safety measures and considering the ongoing pandemic, the construction of neonatal intensive care unit in Goverdhan Lal Ji Maharaj state dispensary has also begun and will be inaugurated by the temple pontiff Chi. Goswami Vishal.
The Shrinathji temple head has assured to provide faculties’ training and study materials on behalf of the temple board. The pontiff has also proposed the inclusion of ‘Pushtimargiya’ principles in the mainstream curriculum in order to spread awareness of Pushtimargiya principles as prescribed by the Indian philosopher and founder of the Pushti sect of Vaishnavism, Vallabhacharya.
Area MLA Dr. C.P. Joshi announced the commencement of two government schools – one at Bada Bazaar and other at Fauji Mohalla. In addition to this, Temple chief Chi. Goswami Vishal also shared the opening of Pushtishsala, a school solely focused on teaching the principles of Pushtimargiya, for which the foundation stone will be laid shortly.