India: PM Narendra Modi perceives technology

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PM Narendra Modi perceives technology :

Our honorable prime minister Narendra Modi attended 2nd united Nation’s world Geospatial info congress (UNWGIC) in Hyderabad on 11 oct, 2022. His this statement there has been proved to be the one to ponder. Also, other info needs to be addressed to the general public as well. India’s geospatial economy growth rate was also referred. 

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Image source – the Indian express

Image source – the Indian express 

Our reverend prime minister Narendra Modi made a statement “tech, technology is a tool for inclusion and not exclusion.” is been viral and appreciated all over the India. Our Prime Minister is one of the most influential and credible leaders. His personality traits make him influential; his wits make him credible. 

Therefore, it is very important how he perceives things. The lens by which he sees, million others also peek through the same. And yes, tech is another vital component for our country and economy. Those who have aversion from it might ponder and rewire themselves. 

So, our Prime Minister perceives technology as a tool. which it definitely is, a tool that would help in inclusion – and not exclusion. The one hating technology are the ones who reproach for things like digital divide. No doubt people it is a problem but technology is not the sole or only element there. House environment is also not good; therefore, the man wants to escape. 

If tech is used prudently then it would be in balanced form. Not of much harm or danger of any sort. We could connect various dots with the help of current tech and synthesize multiple new things.  

Though the statement was devised in the United Nations world geospatial info congress (UNWGIC). In Hyderabad – on 11th oct 2022. Also addressed to the SWAMITVA (survey of villages and mapping with improvised tech in village areas.) how the geospatial tech is driving us inclusive. 

The important steps like building of the infrastructure are very crucial and vital as a backbone to a human. How the South Asia Satellite can be used to make the connections smooth and widespread the connectivity across all Asia. 

India using it in such a way that to celebrate the feat of freedom from colonial rule and to connect India properly with its neighbor hood countries.  

stressing on the drone sector India:

India is also stressing on the drone sector. With the help of drones India is able to supervise wide area with less efforts. Such example is drones are used in villages to find the squander or the solution to the mischief. Even if government has some mission than to achieve the objective clean.  

India: PM Narendra Modi perceives technology as a tool of inclusion
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Indian government has also given a very wide and open space to private entities with subject to technology and its research and development side. Introduction of the 5G has also been proved to be vital. It would give more acceleration to the drone sector. 

This new economy, the geospatial is expected to be as big as of sixty three thousand hundred crore rupees by the year 2025. With expectation to as increase as of 12.8 per cent. So much big number is seen here so as to enhance the current productivity and plan according to the sustainable infrastructure planning. Moreover, to this aiding the Indian backbone sector that is farm sector. 

Also, in the next meeting it is expected to see 2000 delegated in the conference, where 700 delegates at least would be from international and the countries involved or participated would be 120. 

So, our Prime Minister perceives technology as a tool. which it definitely is, a tool that would help in inclusion – and not exclusion. The one hating technology are the ones who reproach for things like digital divide. No doubt people it is a problem but technology is not the sole or only element there. House environment is also not good; therefore, the man wants to escape. 

 

credit: India Today

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