Govt initiatives instrumental in shaping future of education sector
JAMMU: The initiatives taken by prime minister of India in education sector would ensure that students especially, those living in far flung and remote areas are provided with quality avenues, so that they could contribute their bit in making India the global educational hub, Deputy Chief Minister, Nirmal Singh stated on Sunday.
Singh was speaking at a function organised in connection with SITE 2018, a India-level youth festival organised by Shankara Group of Institutions at Kukas Industrial Area in Jaipur Rajasthan, an official ahdnout read.
Governor Rajasthan, Satyya Prakash Malik, Minister of State for Health (GoI), Ashwani Kumar Chowbey, ministers of Rajasthan government, academicians and students from various states were present.
“Students need to take help of the modern technology in order to make education, learning process simpler and easy to grasp,” he said and added that the youth were the future and onus lied on us to provide them with quality facilities in education and sports so that they can bring laurels.
While referring to the initiatives taken by the prime minister of India, the deputy chief minister said that he had undertaken special and historic initiatives for introducing new technologies in education sector in order to make learning process easier for students besides ensuring that they got quality facilities at par with developed countries. He said that these would be instrumental in shaping the future of the educational sector and also of the youth, read the handout.
“Ever since the Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over, he has been effectively ensuring that education sector gets requisite boost with special focus on rural and far flung areas”, he added.
While felicitating the organisers for holding of such an event, Singh said that these were very essential for providing necessary platform to the youth to come together, exchange ideas and also get the requisite platform for understanding the culture and heritage of other parts.
He said, “These events also serve to wean them away from unproductive and disruptive activities and mainstream them in the nation-building process.”