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Northeast requires quality technical support to tackle the frequent natural disasters: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses IIT Guwahati

At its 22nd annual convocation, IIT Guwahati receives promises of development and opportunities in the region.

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On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 22nd Annual convocation of Indian Institute of Technology(IIT)  Guwahati, digitally via online conferencing.
নতুন দিল্লীৰ পৰা ভিডিঅ' কনফাৰেন্সযোগে ৰেভাৰেণ্ড ড০ যোছেফ মাৰ থমা মেট্ৰ'পলিটানৰ ৯০সংখ্যক জন্ম বাৰ্ষিকীত অংশগ্ৰহণ কৰিছে প্ৰধানমন্ত্ৰীয়ে ...
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“Your dreams are going to shape the reality of India”, he spoke to the IITians and mentioned the role of youth towards the future of this nation and asked them to be “future-ready”.  Furthermore, he said that the Northeast states require a high degree of technical know-how support and intervention to tackle the various problems they constantly face.

The northeast states have a lot of possibilities but their energy and efforts get utilized in combating problems such as floods earthquakes landslides and industrial disasters.

Therefore, the PM asked IIT Guwahati to come up and help the administration in tackling the calamities of the northeast. He advised the IIT to set up a centre for studying disasters in order to facilitate better management and risk reduction in the region.

The frequency of disasters, both natural and manmade has been a curse and source of misery to the northeast population of India.

The prime minister even spoke about the NEP (New Education Policy) 2020.
“NEP will link education with technology”.
“Prme minister Modi spoke about the NEP 2020 and ‘opening up the education’ sector which will establish India as a Global education destination”.
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PM Modi congratulated the students for being able to conduct academic sessions and continue research work even in this pandemic which has been a difficult time for the students. He said, For your efforts, I congratulate you for your contribution towards making the country self-reliant.”
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A total of 1803 students, including 687 B Tech, 637 M Tech students and around 300 PhD scholars were awarded their degrees.
The convocation ceremony was also being attended by the union Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal, and Union minister of state for education, Sanjay Dhotre.

 

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