Maharashtra Government has decided to develop 488 schools as ideal schools that will have all basic infrastructure in place and provide quality education. The state cabinet today decided to allot 494 crores rupees for this purpose. Besides, the Maharashtra Government has also decided to build Rajiv Gandhi Science and Innovation City in Pimpri-Chinchwad, near Pune at the cost of 191 crore rupees. The city will come up on a seven-acre land where students will learn about science and technology.
Additionally, the state cabinet today has also approved a proposal to set up new medical colleges and speciality hospitals on Public-Private Partnership basis.