Technical institutes must experiment with new technologies for the benefit of society, Sinha said during a virtual event laying the foundation stone of a 700-bed hostel for boys at the National Institute of Technology in Srinagar.
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The project will improve the campus infrastructure of one of North India’s leading technology companies, an official spokesman said here. He said Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also shared his views on the occasion through a video message.
Lieutenant Governor (LG) Sinha noted the administration’s efforts to enhance the index technology ecosystem to meet the needs of modern times, noting the dynamics of rapidly changing markets and new innovations worldwide.
“With our technical education infrastructure, rigorous career programs for high-demand technology in the post-Covid world, we are working on an ambitious plan to make Jammu and Kashmir the country’s skill capital,” he said.
LG called on technology companies to focus on strengthening education-industry cooperation, which he said is crucial for creating human capital for research, innovation and economic growth.
Emerging technologies are also a basic need of civilized society. Sinha said a developed society cannot be imagined without new innovations.
Modern engineering technology is further connecting the world and changing the lives of people living in remote areas. According to LG, today’s imagination may be tomorrow’s invention.
Even a small discovery in a lab can make a big difference in the world and that is why it is important to promote the scientific mood among students.
Describing youth as the greatest asset of any region, Sinha said it was necessary to properly channel the potential of the younger generation for development.
He also stressed the need to encourage proposed innovation and innovation in line with the new national education policy.
The head of the union minister said in his video message that the “mega” age hostel, once completed, would equip NIT-Srinagar with modern facilities that would enable the institution to increase the number of students.
“I have always believed that Jammu and Kashmir has a fundamental role to play in the development of the nation. The youth of Jammu and Kashmir are full of energy and aspirations.
Prof. Rakesh Sehgal, Director, NIT-Srinagar, gave a detailed account of the project and said that the hostel was being constructed as a green building through a Rs.5 crore sanctioned by the Higher Education Financing Agency on the recommendation of the Ministry. Education.
He added that it will provide many benefits for students to stay comfortable on campus.
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