UP minister stresses importance of technology for growth
Uttar Pradesh Minister of State (independent) for Social Welfare Asim Arun on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s hard work to provide opportunities equal to all sections of society and bringing them together in the course of economic development is the driving force for all.
He also highlighted the need for online education and technological innovation, saying that India has the potential to become a world leader in certain technological fields in the near future.
The minister voiced these views in an address during his visit to Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI), a reputable university, where the institute’s National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadets presented him with a hurdle of honor.
On occasion, DEI hosted an exhibition at the Center for Agriculture and Rural Technology (CART) complex showcasing a wide range of innovative skills-based products and programs run by the institute.
The Minister appreciated the exhibition and commended the skills, dedication, discipline and enthusiasm shown by all participating students, staff and program officials. He also took an interest in a variety of projects and models submitted by students and motivated them to work harder and do quality-oriented work in their future projects.
Projects related to 3D printing, shoes and leather technology products, robotics, textiles, dairy products, bamboo technology, food processing and electric vehicles were the attractions of the event. ‘event. Arun also praised the products and activities run by Dayalbagh Mahila Association.
Gur Swarup Sood, President, DCI, and “Satsang Sabha” presented a brief history of Dayalbagh and its development. Professor PK Kalra, Director of DEI, briefed the minister on the institute’s achievements.
“Dayalbagh is known for working for the upliftment of socially and economically marginalized people through its various social welfare activities and its agricultural and educational programs,” the minister said.
Arun also interacted virtually with DCI staff and volunteers at the Rajaborari Center, Madhya Pradesh, and praised DCI for providing a platform of skills and livelihoods to people residing even in the tribal areas there.