UP CM Yogi Adityanath emphasizes on quality education
On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath spoke about the importance of quality education that values culture, tradition and nationalism. He believed that meaningful education imparted values that went beyond just textbooks and exams.
Educational institutions responsible for disseminating government schemes
Adityanath believes that it is the responsibility of educational institutions to inform students about government schemes that could help them achieve their goals.
New National Education Policy
Adityanath talked about India’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which included the introduction of the new National Education Policy. He believed that this policy had opened up new possibilities for the country.
Centres of education should prioritize all-round development
The Chief Minister also stated that centres of education should encourage all-round development of students, rather than simply creating a pool of degree and certificate holders who may struggle to find employment.
Importance of sensible use of technology
Adityanath emphasized the importance of sensible use of technology in education. While knowledge of technology is important in today’s world, it should not be used to enslave students. Instead, it should be used as a medium for public welfare and national growth.
Gorakhpur – Centre of education, medical treatment, employment and business
Gorakhpur is an important centre of education, medical treatment, employment and business for people from eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Nepal. Adityanath believes that the city has immense potential for development in these areas.
India’s changing under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Adityanath commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and stated that India had emerged as a new country in the past nine years under his governance.
India’s leadership during COVID-19 pandemic
Adityanath praised India’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, pointing out that the country had managed to provide free rations to 80 crore people for the past three years, while Pakistan was struggling to feed its population. He believed that this demonstrated the willpower of India’s leadership.
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