Saturday, December 4, 2021

V Prez Naidu calls upon innovators, techies & researchers to create knowledge and explore solutions useful for happiness of mankind

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu called upon innovators, techies and researchers to create knowledge and explore solutions that are useful for the happiness of mankind. Speaking after inaugurating three-day Bengaluru Tech Summit, the Vice President advised them to use IT, BT, Duty and be mighty. He added that the goal must be to reform, perform and transform. The Vice President called upon the knowledge society to work towards improving the livelihood of people, address challenges faced by the agriculture sector and overcome difficulties posed by climate change. He noted that the Central Government is pushing for a digital economy and utilising technology for a better delivery of government facilities to the poor and needy.

During the inaugural event, the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison addressed the gathering virtually. He expressed happiness over improving bilateral cooperation between India and Australia in the area of climate change, cyber security, defence, mines and minerals, clean energy, space science and quantum computing. He said that Australia is also working together with India on the Gaganyaan Project of ISRO and other critical technologies. He announced that Australia will soon set up its Consulate General office in Bengaluru to expand its diplomatic presence in India.

Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett delivered a speech virtually saying that both India and Israel have forged collaboration in various areas of technology. He pointed out that India with its expertise in digital technology and Israel known for its innovation have come together for amazing things to happen. He said that he will visit India soon and hoped for further improvement in ties. Governor Thawarchand Gehlot, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, IT and BT Minister C. S. Aswatha Narayana and Biocon Chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw were present on this occasion.

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