New Delhi: The Education Policy (NEP) has been prepared with careful thought and research and will show results in the coming days, Indian Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar said on Friday.
Addressing a rally at Gujarat National Law University in Gandhinagar, he also hailed the Statue of Unity, the tallest such structure in the world, and said he had never thought that something bigger than the Statue of Liberty in the United States of America would be built here.
“The new education policy is not a policy of one party or one government, but of the whole nation which has been prepared after careful thought and research. It will show results in the coming days,” did he declare.
“Thanks to this policy, combined with technological development, students in the country will have many job opportunities in any corner of the world,” the vice president said in a statement released by the information department of the country. ‘State.
Governor Acharya Devvrat and Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel were also present at the event.
Dhankhar said Indians feel proud when visiting any part of the world thanks to visionary Prime Minister Narendra Modi, adding that Gujarat has become the world’s top destination for investment and opportunity.
He said that 33 years ago an MP had the power to allocate up to 50 gas hookups to people of his choice, but Prime Minister Modi provided several crores of gas hookups for free to marginalized people.
Previously, electricity was provided considering the needs of the district, whereas today a solid plan has been drawn up to provide electricity to citizens in remote areas, the vice president added.
Speaking of the massive memorial to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in the Kevadiya region of the state, he said: “When I visited the Statue of Liberty in America 34 years ago, I would never have imagined that an even larger statue would be built in India.” “I am proud to see the wonderful Statue of Unity,” Dhankhar said.
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