PM Modi Gujarat Visit: PM Modi becomes student, Mission School of Excellence started

Tarun KohliPublish Date: 19 Oct, 2022

PM Modi visited Gujarat on Wednesday where he launched several projects. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Defense Expo 2022 in Gandhinagar. Also PM Modi laid the foundation stone of 52 Wing Air Force Station Deesa. According to the information, PM Modi also started the Mission School of Excellence where PM Modi himself was seen sitting in a classroom. PM Modi is seen sharing the laptop with the child sitting together. At the same time, that child is also trying to explain something to PM Modi.

PM Modi gives statement

During this launch program, PM Modi said, today the education system has become very smart and a great change has been seen in the education system of Gujarat. PM Modi said, today Gujarat is taking a big step towards building the nectar generation of Amrit Kaal. For a developed India, this is going to prove to be a milestone towards the creation of a developed Gujarat. During this, he also mentioned about 5G. The PM said, we have used the services of Internet from First G to 4G and now 5G is going to bring a big change in the country. He said, if 4G is a bicycle, then 5G is an airplane. 

The PM further said, today 5G will take our education system to a different level by moving beyond smart facilities, smart classrooms, smart teaching. Now the power of virtual reality, Internet of Things can also be experienced in schools. In two decades, the people of Gujarat have shown the transformation of their state education. In these two decades, more than 1.25 lakh new classrooms were built in Gujarat, more than two lakh teachers have been recruited.

PM Modi inaugurates Defense Expo 2022

Earlier, the PM inaugurated the Defense Expo-2022 in Gandhi Nagar. He also laid the foundation stone of the new military airport near the India-Pakistan border at Deesa in Gujarat. He said that it will emerge as an effective center of security of the country. The PM further said that the security forces will issue a list of 101 items whose imports will be banned. He said that along with this, 411 equipment and equipment of the defense sector will be such which will be made in India itself.

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