PM Narendra Modi Dreams Of Seeing Foreign Students Coming To India To Study
During his visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi answered queries from students across the country after connecting with them digitally.
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PM Narendra Modi dreams of seeing foreign students coming to India to study
On a day-long visit to Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that his dream was to see students from foreign countries coming to India for higher studies.
On Sunday, while answering the a question on educational standards in India, PM Modi said, "My dream is that instead of our students going to other countries for higher studies, students from all over the world must come here to study."
During his visit, Modi also answered queries from students across the nation after connecting with them digitally.
As reported by IANS, over one lakh students from various states were digitally connected with Modi while over 2.5 crore others were able to connect with this interaction through social media..
While commenting on digital revolution in India, PM Modi said, "Humankind has advanced over centuries but due to innovation and technological intervention during the last 40 years, we have taken a quantum jump.Digital revolution has changed our lives drastically. Time will come when perhaps coaching and classrooms could also become obsolete."
Responding to a question whether India will become a poverty free country, PM Narendra Modi said, "If India decides to rid itself of poverty, there is no power that can keep us poor.We are the fastest growing economy. Empowerment of the middle class is taking place at a fast pace and this is helping many amongst us to get rid of poverty."
"In 2014, rural sanitation was 35 per cent and today it is 98 per cent. We must take a firm resolve to get rid of poverty and it can only happen by empowerment of the poor," PM Modi said in a recent IANS report.
Speaking on linking education and tourism in Odisha, Modi said, "The first requirement of tourism is to take pride in our tourist places."Unless we pride ourselves on our tourist potential, we cannot fully explore its potential. During my visit to the US, I was shown a 400-year-old landmark in Pennsylvania. In our country, we can boast of thousands of years old landmarks."
"Home-stay is popular throughout the world. We need to promote this in a big way to help our tourism," he added.
(Source: IndiaToday Education)
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