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World is looking at India’s youth with hope: PM Modi

By Shefali Kohli -- July 29, 2022 12:28 pm -- Updated:July 29, 2022 12:28 pm

Chennai, July 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi while attending the 47th Anna University Convocation in Guindy on Friday presented gold medals to over 70 students and stated that India is looking up to its youth with hope and confidence.

Prime Minister said, “It is not just India that is looking up to its youth with hope. The whole world is looking at India's youth with hope.”

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While addressing the convocation, PM Modi said, "Today is not a day of achievement but of aspirations. I wish that all dreams of our youth come true. This is also the time for teaching, non-teaching, support staff and Anna University. You are nation builders who are creating the leaders of tomorrow."

“It is not just India that is looking up to its youth with hope. The whole world is looking at India's youth with hope. You are the engine of India's growth. And India is the engine of the world's growth,” PM Modi.

Modi also stated that, “India is at forefront of nations and industries are busting with new ideas. Our industry has risen to the occasion. Innovation has become way of life. So, India is converting obstacles into opportunities.”

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Touching on National Education Policy, PM Modi said, "NEP ensures greater freedom for youth to take decisions as per evolving decisions."

Meanwhile, Stalin on the occasion introduced some list of the schemes introduced by his government for education.

Encouraging entrepreneurship, Higher Education Minister Ponmudi said, "The intention of CM Stalin is to not just make the graduates employed but make many of them into entrepreneurs. That's is why Higher Education Department and Industrial Department are roped together and made to be under the ambit of 'Naan Mudhalvan Scheme' of TN CM Stalin."

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PM Modi arrived in Chennai for his two-day visit on Thursday evening.

-PTC News

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