Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Gujarat to launch several development projects and hailed the teachers in the state for their hard work in reducing the dropout rate to 3%. Modi spoke at an education conference in the state capital of Gandhinagar and stated that the problem of student dropout is not one that technology can solve, but rather teachers, who can understand and help with students’ family problems. During his visit, Modi launched various projects worth over INR 4,400 crore, including the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) housing initiative and development projects by the Urban Development, Water Supply, Road and Transport, and Mines and Minerals departments.
PM Modi in Gujarat
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Gujarat to launch various development projects worth over INR 4,400 crore. During his visit, Modi hailed the teachers of Gujarat for their hard work in reducing the dropout rate to 3%, which he credited to their ability to understand and solve the problems of their students.
Modi’s speech in Gandhinagar
Modi spoke at an education conference in the state capital of Gandhinagar, where he praised the teachers for their hard work in reducing the dropout rate. He emphasized the importance of teachers in understanding and solving the family problems of students and said that technology cannot replace the human connection that teachers provide.
Development projects launched by Modi
Modi launched several development projects during his visit to Gujarat, including the PMAY housing initiative and various projects by the Urban Development, Water Supply, Road and Transport, and Mines and Minerals departments. The projects include the improvement of multi-village water supply programs, overpasses, waste management infrastructure, sanitation facilities, auditoriums, bulk pipeline development, water supply enhancement initiatives, flyover bridges, new water distribution stations, and town planning road development.
Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT city)
Modi reviewed the status of various ongoing projects at GIFT City during his visit to Gujarat and interacted with GIFT IFSC entities to understand their experiences and future plans in GIFT City. He also visited the city’s key infrastructure facilities, including the Underground Utility Tunnel and Automated Waste Collection Segregation Plant.
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