On that day Prime Minister Narendra Modi adopted the village. That was a life-changing moment for Jayapur.
The face of the village started changing gradually.
This is the anganwadi centre of the Jayapur. SirfNews
Today, yoga and medical camps are a regular feature in the village.
Sixteen bio-toilets have been constructed in the area and there are toilets outside every house in the village.
It’s Uttar Pradesh’s first solar powered village. There are two plants of 25 kW capacity each supplying free electricity to 720 families of the village 24 hours. Around 200 solar lights illuminate the village.
Solar power stations have been set up in the village to provide 24 hour free electricity. SirfNews
Clean drinking water reaches every household. SirfNews
Since half of the villagers are engaged in the occupation of farming, a special centre to help them learn new and improved farming methods has been set up.
Tiled roads connect the village to the metalled roads.SirfNews
Jayapur’s population comprises Bhumihars, Patels, Musahar, Yadavs, among others, but Patels and Bhumihars dominate. But caste equations has not deterred progress.
An Ambedkar statute stands in the Dalit dominated area of the village. SirfNews
Jayapur has an impressive literacy rate of 73 per cent, almost the same as the national average and higher than the 69 per cent average of Uttar Pradesh.
The anganwadi centre at Nageypur.Twitter
This is how the anganwadi centre looks from the inside.
HRD Minister Smriti Irani had on April 14 inaugurated the Nand Ghar.