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IIT 51st Annual Convocation: On the occasion his birth anniversary, the Prime Minister began his address by paying his gratitude to the Indian scientist CV Raman.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the 51st Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) Annual Convocation via video conferencing. The Prime Minister addressed the IIT graduates on that day and gave them a lesson in self-reliance. PM Modi also said that the ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ push of his government is also intended to provide the youth with new opportunities so that they can showcase their talent.
Today, India is committed to providing its young people with the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ so that through creativity they can bring a change in the lives of crores of Indians.
“The COVID pandemic has taught us a lot. It has taught us that globalization is important, but self-reliance is equally important at the same time. Atma Nirbhar Bharat’s push is about new opportunities for our youth to freely showcase their innovations,” the prime minister said at the 51st IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology) Annual Convocation.
During the coronavirus pandemic, the PM also praised the position of technology, saying that it changed the way things are being done today. Modi said virtual reality is now becoming a reality that works.
Technology has played the most important role in the current situation in the # COVID19 pandemic. The way things are done today has changed. Virtual reality is now becoming the working reality, “PM Narendra Modi said.” Virtual reality is becoming a working reality.
Earlier, on the occasion of his birth anniversary, the prime minister started his address by paying gratitude to the Indian scientist CV Raman.
I would like to thank CV Raman on his birth anniversary today. His outstanding work will continue to inspire us for a long time, particularly the young scientists,” said Modi, who was also accompanied by Ramesh Pokhriyal, Minister of Education of the Union.