Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Union Minister for Minority Affairs told about the centers plan for launching a campaign which will help in empowering the minor communities in the field of education.
He also stressed on the vision of Modi's Government for providing quality education to the students and said that for this purpose the ministry will establish world class educational institutes across the country.
"Tehrik-e-Taalim (campaign for education) will be launched on the occasion of late President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's 86th birth anniversary on October 15," Naqvi told the media here.
The campaign will be launched in the 100 districts of the country and is aimed at empowering the most poor and backward sections of the society which are severely lacking n awareness about the education.
"Besides spreading awareness about education and various government schemes, we will be building schools and educational institutions to develop educational infrastructure in these areas," he said.
"A high-level committee, constituted to frame the roadmap, including places where these institutes will be established, will soon submit its report. Our target is to start academic sessions in these institutes from 2018," Naqvi added. He also told that 40 per cent reservation for girls in these institutions has been proposed.
To further empower the cause, about 100 Navoday Vidyalaya type schools will also be opened in areas where minorities are concentrated.