Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, has inaugurated the ambitious Bapu Pariksha Parisar in the Kumhrar locality of Patna, characterising a significant landmark in the field of education. The five-storey building, sprawling over a substantial six acres, is now deemed the largest examination centre of the state and indeed the whole of India.
“We’d been trying for a large-scale examination centre here so that people may appear in large numbers simultaneouslyâ€æ I wanted this examination centre to be named after BAPU and here it isâ€æ” the chief minister stated, expressing his satisfaction at the fruition of this monumental project.
THE BAPU PARIKSHA PARISAR
The state-of-the-art centre has been strategically named the Bapu Pariksha Parisar, symbolising the commitment and respect toward Mahatma Gandhi’s visionary ethos of education for the nation’s youth.
This centre embodies the immense strides the state has made in prioritising education and expanding the accessible infrastructure for all.
Given the ever-increasing enrolment rates and demand for examination centres across India, the establishment of the largest exam centre in Patna validates the seriousness with which the Bihar government has approached the cause of quality education.