In Telangana: KTR State government is taking all necessary steps to strengthen higher education. – Fxsad

In Telangana: KTR State government is taking all necessary steps to strengthen higher education.

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]December 10 (ANI): Telangana IT Minister Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao (KTR) said on Friday that the government is taking all necessary steps to strengthen higher education in the state.

He was speaking at the fifth convocation of Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT) at IIIT Basar in Nirmal district today.

KTR said, “Congratulations to the Vice Chancellor for constructing the new hall here. 2,200 laptops will be distributed to the students in the next 2-3 days. 1,500 desktops are also being provided to the students.

Remembering his own graduation day, he congratulated all the students who graduated from the university. “It reminded me of graduation day. Congratulations to all the graduating students today. This moment is a watershed moment in your academic career. I urge you to remember that learning is a continuous process and a solid foundation will help expand your horizons. I am happy to be among industrialists, great engineers and effective leaders, said the minister.

“Government is taking all necessary steps to strengthen higher education. We have ensured that the universities are among the nationally recognized institutions for teaching and research faculty. Under the leadership of KCR and Sabita Indra Reddy, the government is keen to improve the infrastructure of higher education institutions,” he said.

Commenting on the technological developments taking place in the state, he said that Telangana has been at the forefront of introducing advanced technology.

We have established Telangana Skill and Knowledge Action Centers in all districts. It offers training in aerospace, logistics, electronics manufacturing, additive manufacturing, cyber security and forensics. Telangana is playing a leading role in facilitating and providing strategic direction to international companies with high quality manpower, he said.

Explaining the importance of being familiar with modern technology, he said, “Imagination is limitless today, and opportunities are limitless today.” One has to update and educate oneself about current technologies to survive. We live in an era of digital transformation where digitization enables change and forces duplication. Computers can now study the human brain in real time and provide solutions. In the near future, artificial intelligence will be used for animal language interpretation, pollution monitoring and voice cloning. We live in a world of interconnected devices. Artificial intelligence and machine learning have become the order of the day. The world is moving into 3D mode with digitization, carbonization and decentralization. Now is the time for universities to design their curriculum to incorporate new technologies.

He urged the Minister of Education, the Secretary of Education and the University to run an apprenticeship school or apprenticeship model. He said that if students can learn by working in the industry, they will gain more practical understanding.

“Government has actively promoted T-hubs to encourage students to innovate. Today, we have signed an MoU between RGUKT and T-Hub. We will also set up a T-Hub here. People used to laugh at us saying, ‘Come in with an idea and come out with a product’, but Skyroot is the first private space technology in India.” A company that launched their rocket into space has revealed that it was created in the T-Hub.

He said CM K Chandrasekhar Rao’s dream is to give every poor student a chance to learn.

“We are the only one giving Rs 20 lakh to students to study abroad. Through Mission Bhagiratha, we will supply drinking water to this campus. We plan to make this campus the first off-grid and renewable energy based campus. We will also build a science block at Rs 5 crore. We will also clean the lake here. We will make it beautiful. We will also deploy more sanitation machines here. (ANI)

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