Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the graduating students of IIT- Delhi on the occasion of its 51st convocation ceremony. The programme began at 11 am.“The Prime Minister will be the chief guest at the 51st Annual Convocation ceremony of IIT Delhi on November 7. He will address the Convocation through video conferencing,” IIT Delhi Director V Ramgopal Rao said at an online press conference on Thursday.
IIT-Delhi is conducting the convocation in hybrid mode with a physical in-person ceremony with limited attendance. The convocation will be webcast live from the institute’s Dogra Hall reaching out to all the graduating students, their parents, guests and alumni.
Focus on quality, never compromise: PM Modi mantras to students
PM Modi gave few mantras to the graduating students that will be helpful in their professional life:
Focus on quality; never compromise
Ensure scalability; make your innovations work at a mass scale.
Assure reliability; build long-term trust in the market
Bring in adaptability; be open to change and expect uncertainty as way of life
Provisions stopping tech industry from doing WFH removed : PM
Provisions that used to stop the tech industry from doing work from home or work from anywhere have vbeen removed. This will make the IT sector globally competitive, he added.
Potential for innovation, new startups created in agricultural sector: PM
For the first time, so much potential has been created for innovation and new startups in the agricultural sector. For the first time, private investment avenues have opened up in the space sector. Two days ago, a major reform has also been done for Ease of doing business of BPO sector, the PM said.
India is committed to providing ease of doing business to its youth : PM
India is committed to providing ease of doing business to its youth. Our youth can change the lives of crores of citizens with their innovations. The country will give you ease of doing business, you have to focus on the ease of living of your countrymen, PM said.
Students of IITs are strengthening the AatmaNirbhar Bharat move: PM
Students of IITs in India are contributing in innovation. They are providing strength to AatmaNirbhar Bharat initiative. Covid-19 pandemic has taught us to be self- reliant, PM said.
Virtual and augmented reality taking place of working reality: PM Modi
“In Post- Covid era, virtual reality and augmented reality have taken place of working reality,” PM Modi said.
PM pays tribute to CV Raman on his birth anniversary
PM Modi paid tribute to CV Raman on his birth anniversary.
‘It is an important day for development of science and technology: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his address to graduating students of IIT Delhi. He said that it is an important day for the development of science and technology of India as nearly 2000 students of IIT-Delhi are graduating today.
IIT- Delhi 51st Convocation: Institute to award 10 gold medals to best performing students
IIT-Delhi will award President’s Gold Medal, Director’s Gold Medal, Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma (former President of India) Gold Medal, Perfect Ten Gold Medals and Institute Silver Medals to the graduating students at the Convocation.
PM Modi to begin his address shortly
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will begin his address to students shortly. IIT-Delhi 51st convocation is scheduled to commence at 11 am today.
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