Aurangabad, March 25:
Aurangabad is becoming an education hub in Marathwada for the preparation of NEET and JEE exams. Every year many students from Marathwada come to Aurangabad to prepare for these exams. Therefore, the inauguration ceremony of the Narayana Residential Campus, set up by the Narayana Institute on the Beed Bypass Road, was held on Thursday to provide quality accommodation and study facilities to such outstation students.
The building was inaugurated by former Mayor Nandkumar Ghodele, Narayana director Dr M F Malik, former Lions Governor Tansukh Zambad, Paras Ostwal, Preetesh Munot, Amol Upadhyay, Prafullakumar Agrawal, Vishal Ladniya, Rammohan Reddy, principal Pratima Joseph and Sheikh Habib.
"Narayana has brought a wave of change in the education sector in the city. Narayana is like a factory producing quality students," Ghodale said. Today, the city of Aurangabad is ahead of Pune in terms of the results of the JEE mains examination and now with this residential campus, the first and second rank students at the national level will soon be from Aurangabad said Malik. The residential campus will accommodate 250 boys and 50 girls, said prof Vishal Ladnia.
Blood donation camps and tree plantation
A blood donation camp was also organized at Narayana residential campus with the help of Lions Blood Center as a social responsibility. Also tree planting was done at this time.
Discount in fees
In view of the impact of the corona pandemic on all sections of the society, the Narayana Institute, on behalf of the Narayana Coaching and E-Techno School, has announced a 20 to 30 per cent discount for students studying in the academic year 2020-21, said Rammohan Reddy said.