5G will take education system to next level; schools to experience Virtual Reality: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the progress in the country’s technology sector, saying on Wednesday that 5G services will usher in a transformation in India’s education sector. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Mission School of Excellence in Adalaj, Gandhinagar on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister walked through the Mission School of Excellence campus. He also interacted with children. Taking the opportunity, PM Modi said, “Recently, the nation has entered the fifth generation (5G) era of mobile and internet services. We have used internet services up to 4G so far. Now 5G is about to make a big change.”

PM said 5G will revolutionize the education sector. “Before smart services, smart classrooms and smart teaching, 5G will take our education system to the next level. Students will experience Virtual Reality and Internet of Things in schools. Gujarat has taken the first step in this in the country through Mission Schools of Excellence,” he said.

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PM Modi said the change in education in Gujarat over the past two decades has been unprecedented. H said: “20 years ago, 20 out of 100 children were not going to school. A large proportion of those who attended school earlier dropped out by the time they reached grade 8. The situation for girls was even worse. There were villages where girls were not sent to school. In the tribal areas, the few available educational centers had no opportunity to teach science.”

“As Chief Minister of Gujarat, I myself went from village to village asking people to send their daughters to school. The result was that today almost all sons and daughters in Gujarat go to school and continue their education in college,” the Prime Minister added. In the field of education in Gujarat, PM was always saying something new and some unique and large scale experiments were conducted.

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“We established the Institute of Teachers Education, the first teacher training university in Gujarat. In two decades, the people of Gujarat have shown the transformation of their state education. In these two decades, more than 1.25 million new classrooms have been built in Gujarat and more than 2,000 teachers have been recruited in Gujarat,” PM Modi said. He said the central government has decided to build more than 14,500 PM Shri schools across the country. These schools will be the model schools for the new national education policy across the country. He said efforts are underway to offer courses in several Indian languages, including Gujarati.

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The new premier for national education policy said it was an attempt to nurture talent and innovation. “Now the students have started studying science, technology and medicine in Indian languages ​​as well,” he said. According to the Office of the Prime Minister (PMO), the Mission School of Excellence was designed at a total cost of Rs 10,000 crore.

During the event in Trimandir, PM Modi launched projects worth around Rs 4,260 crore. The mission will help strengthen Gujarat’s education infrastructure through the establishment of new classrooms, smart classrooms, computer labs and the overall infrastructure upgrade of Gujarat schools. (ANI)

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