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The ultimate goal of technology is the improvement of mankind: Bon Mai

Prime Minister says human capabilities need to be further developed to provide a better future for the country

Prime Minister says human capabilities need to be further developed to provide a better future for the nation

Prime Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that the ultimate goal of technological progress should be the improvement of humanity.

Speaking at the inauguration of the new campus of the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Dharwad on Monday, Bommai said human capabilities are the strength of the nation and that human capabilities are being further developed to provide better services. said I need to. future of the nation.

Mr Bommai said the previous demographic was considered a curse.”However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the initiative to turn this curse into a demographic dividend. India’s demographic is 46. % is made up of young people, and IT, BT, and artificial intelligence are the roads to develop human capabilities.Through outstanding institutions like the IIT, young people are empowered to enhance their capabilities and progress, and contribute to the nation’s progress. also need to contribute,” he said.

“Human technology is the foundation of all technology, and emotion is the basic building block. Emotion leads to admiration, which leads to sound, language, literature, knowledge, science, technology, and information technology,” he says. emphasized the need to use technology for human improvement.

CM said the state is endowed with knowledge and talent, due to the foundation of basic science, technology and research and development built by seniors and educational institutions before and after independence.

Mr Bommai said that in addition to B.Tech, steps should be taken to launch M.Tech in IIIT-Dharwad and the government will provide all support for this. “IIIT-Dharwad should be number 1 in the country and I am sure your talent will be number 1 with hard work. Same land.


Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines Pralhad Joshi said Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the cornerstone for the new campus in 2019 and the Indian President is now inaugurating it. time bound method.

He said the IIIT-Dharwad building is also in the final stages of completion and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be invited to open the same in December.

He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a revolutionary step in the field of governance with the help of information technology. DBT alone saved the country Rs. 250 crore, he said.

Governor Thawar Chand Gehlot said educational institutions like IIIT would make a great contribution to make the country a ‘Vishwa Guru’. In line with Prime Minister Modi’s view, students who have played a major role should focus on gathering “valuable knowledge.”

At the beginning, the Chairman of IIIT-Dharwad Sudha Murty delivered the opening remarks, briefed the gathering on the early days of the institution and thanked all those who contributed in some small way to the establishment of the new campus.

Ministers Halappa Achar and Ministers Shankar Patil Munenakoppa and Mr Arvind Bellad of MLA were present.