Maharashtra government plans to build the world’s largest student hostel

world's largest student hostel

Ajit Pawar, Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister, announced on Sunday that the state government will build Mumbai’s largest hostel for students of all communities. He said the dormitory would be built on a three-acre plot of land owned by the State Higher and Technical Education Department in suburban Bandra.

“Students from the Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Research, Training and Human Development Institute (SARTHI), Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Research and Training Institute (MAHAJYOTI), economically backward classes, all castes and communities will be admitted to this hostel,” Pawar said at a ceremony to dedicate the Matoshree Girls Hostel, which was built by the Higher and Technical Education Department as part of the late Yashwantrao Chavan.

Hostels based on the Matoshree model will be built in Ratnagiri, Aurangabad, and Nagpur, according to Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant. “Hostels will be built in Ratnagiri, Aurangabad, and Nagpur based on the Matoshree Hostel, and the movement to create hostels will be implemented across the state.” The hostel ‘Matoshree’ has a capacity of 200 students.

“This dormitory will admit 75 students from SARTHI, 75 students from MAHAJYOTI, and 50 students from the economically disadvantaged sectors,” Samant said.

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