Prime Minister Narendra Modi cited the Indian cricket team’s recent victory over Australia and said young people should be inspired by it. Addressing students and professors at the 18th meeting of Tezpur University in Assam, the prime minister said that the young team was inexperienced and injured, but this did not affect his determination and he beat one of the best teams in the world. A total of 1,218 students received their diplomas and diplomas during the graduation ceremony.
Modi said that students should work on building a separate India. He said that when India celebrates its 100th Independence Day, the nation will also celebrate the efforts of currently graduating students.
“The universities of the future will be completely virtual and students from all over the world will be able to study anytime, anywhere”, presents PM Modi. “We need a legal framework for such a transformation and we are continually trying to achieve this goal with the new educational policy. NEP 2020 aims for a flexible and interdisciplinary educational system, ”he said. NEP focuses on data and analysis. It has the power to improve the intake, teaching and assessment system, he added.
In regards to the university’s incubation center and the resulting innovative technologies, Modi told the students that they have great opportunities ahead of them. “His efforts show that he has potential,” said the Prime Minister. He also praised the university’s efforts to document tribal languages and cultures, including wasted energy.
“During the fight for freedom, many brave hearts of Assam gave their lives, now we have to live for AtmaNirbhar Bharat (Independent India),” Modi told the graduates and asked them to award the Tej (light) of Tezpur University in all the country. . nation and world.
Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, Assam’s Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, and Tezpur Lok Sabha MP Pallab Lochan Das also attended the meeting.