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PM Modi to begin 3-day visit to Gujarat to launch several development projects

Updated: April 18, 2022 1:19 pm

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a three-day visit to Gujarat beginning today. Mr Modi will visit the Command and Control Centre for Schools in Gandhinagar today. The Centre collects over five hundred crore data sets annually and analyzes them meaningfully using big data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, to enhance overall learning outcomes for students. The Centre helps track daily online attendance of teachers and students, undertake centralized summative and periodic assessments of learning outcome of students.

Tomorrow, Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects at Banas Dairy Sankul in Diyodar, Banaskantha. He will also lay the foundation stone of WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar. On this occasion, Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth and Director-General of World Health Organization Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus will also be present.

GCTM will be the first and only global outpost centre for traditional medicine across the world. It will emerge as an international hub of global wellness.

Mr Modi will also dedicate the Banas Community Radio Station to the nation. This Community Radio Station has been established to provide farmers key scientific information related to agriculture and animal husbandry. It is expected that the radio station will connect with over five lakh farmers of about one thousand 700 villages.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister will inaugurate the Global AYUSH Investment and Innovation Summit at Gandhinagar. The Summit will help uncover investment potential and give a fillip to innovation, research and development, start-up ecosystem and the wellness industry. Mr Modi will also attend the Adijati Maha Sammelan in Dahod, where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various development projects worth around 22 thousand crore rupees. The Sammelan is expected to witness participation of over two lakh people.

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