Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said to the students to move forward following the Self-Three mantra. Speaking at the 66th IIT Kharagpur conference in West Bengal, Modi said, “You will face a lot of questions on the road you have chosen – is this the right way? Will there be a loss? Will it be a waste of time? The answer to these questions is Self-Three: Self-esteem, self-confidence and self-doubt. Acquire your skills and move forward with self-sacrifice. ”
Modi said India could play a major role in the field of science, technology, research and innovation in the world. He said that in the fight which is going on against Corona, the software solutions which are developed by IIT are helping the country and that they will have to work at the forefront of health. He said that he is not just talking about gadgets. He takes a biological program. They must also provide the nation with solutions from prevention to treatment.
There is a huge market for health care services as people have started monitoring blood pressure, sugar and oxygen at home, he said. He added saying that they also need to come up with technologies that can provide affordable and accurate solutions.
Frightening the idea of a solar-powered cooking organization, the Prime Minister also said that at least 250 million families in India are still using chullah [traditional clay stove]. He asked that If they succeed there, then the demand for cheap electric car batteries can be supported overseas. He asked that who else can do this job if not the IIT youth?
Commenting on the recent Uttarakhand snowstorm, Modi said the country needed to think about how to strengthen its infrastructure, from small houses to large bridges.
He also said that the IITs should not only be the Indian Institute of Technology but should also work to become the Institute of Indigenous Technology and take it to another level. The more our IITs do research and come up with solutions to India’s challenges, the more they will be able to apply internationally.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should also play the role of the ‘Institutes of Indigenous Technologies’ in the future. The Prime Minister said that if the IITs start addressing the problems which our country is currently facing and will gradually be able to address the global challenges. He added that a large number of Indians offer a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to exercise their ideas.
The premier told the 66th IIT Kharagpur conference in West Bengal that the IITs should be taken to the next level so that they can not only stay with the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) but also become Institutes of Indigenous Technologies. When IITs talk about the problems the Indians are facing they can also deal with global problems. If the tests are successful in India, the world will definitely succeed.
He said as an engineer IIT students have the ability to learn problems at different levels. He said engineers could learn the pattern of the problem and provide long-term solutions. He added saying that as an engineer, they will have the ability to move objects from patterns to patents. That, in a way, they have the idea of seeing the topics in more detail. In this way, they also have the vision to see the lessons in a more detailed way.
Prime Minister Modi in his speech also asked the students to use three mantras. He said students should pursue the goals they have set for themselves in life by pursuing a measure of self-confidence, self-awareness and self-confidence. You also must be the first to make a difference in people’s lives. You have to work on three things – self-awareness, self-confidence and self-confidence. You have to be aware of your skills and move forward, move forward with full confidence, move forward with self-sacrifice.
In his address, Premier Modi also called on students to develop infrastructure that will be able to withstand the effects of natural disasters. He said that the climate change is a major challenge for the world. India drew international attention to the issue of disaster risk management. You can see what happened recently in Uttarakhand. He also said that they must focus on improving disaster-resilient infrastructure that is resilient to natural disasters.