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इंडियन आवाज़     31 Jul 2021 11:41:47      انڈین آواز

Country’s resources belong to every citizen, PM tells AMU

PM addresses Centenary Celebrations of Aligarh Muslim University

Lauds contribution of AMU during the pandemic

By Andalib Akhter

In a bid to shed his anti-minority perspective, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made it clear that Country’s resources belong to each and every citizen and they should benefit all.

“Country’s resources belong to each and every citizen and should benefit all. Our government is working with this understanding” said  Prime Minister while addressing the centenary celebrations of Aligarh Muslim University via video conferencing today.

He said that that the country is marching forward on the path where every citizen would get the benefits of development happening in the country without any discrimination. He appealed all to come forward unitedly to make New India through Atma Nirbhar Bharat. He said, Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas is the mantra behind it.

Prime Minister said that AMU Campus is like a Mini India and the diversity is not only the strength of this university but also of the entire nation. He said, we should work together to ensure that spirit of ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’ grows stronger day by day in the campus of Aligarh Muslim University.

Prime Minister said that the history of education attached to AMU is India’s valuable heritage and AMU has worked to strengthen India’s relations with many countries. He said that the research done on Urdu, Arabic, and Persian languages and also research on Islamic literature in the university gives new energy to India’s cultural relations with the entire Islamic world.

Mr Modi said that the AMU in an unprecedented way helped the society during this crisis of coronavirus. Free tests for thousands, building isolation wards and plasma banks and contributing a large amount to the PM Care Fund show AMU’s seriousness in fulfilling their obligations to the society.

The Prime Minister said that in the last 100 years, AMU has also worked to strengthen India’s relations with many countries of the world. He further said the research done here on Urdu, Arabic and Persian languages, research on Islamic literature, gives new energy to India’s cultural relations with the entire Islamic world. He said the University has the double responsibility to further enhance the soft power of the university as well as fulfilling the obligation of nation building.

He lauded the “Bridge courses” being run for school drop-out students by the Aligarh Muslim University. He further said the government is very focused on the education of Muslim daughters and their empowerment. In the last 6 years, nearly one crore Muslim daughters have been given scholarships by the government. He further stressed that there should be no discrimination on the basis of gender, everyone should get equal rights, everyone should get the benefit of development of the country.

The Prime Minister said AMU has attracted many from its contemporary curriculum in higher education. He said New National Education Policy has Interdisciplinary subjects similar to one already taught at the university. He said the youth of our country is committed to advancing the country with the call of Nation First. This aspiration of India’s youth has been given priority in the new National Education Policy. He said the multiple entry and exit points in the new National Education Policy will make it easier for students to take decisions regarding their education. This will also give the students freedom to take their decision without worrying about the fees of the entire course.

The Prime Minister said the government is also continuously working to increase the number of enrolments and increase seats in higher education. Whether education is online or offline, he said that the Government is working to ensure that it reaches everyone and changes everyone’s life. He urged the 100 hostels of AMU to perform an extracurricular task on this occasion of 100 years, in line with the 75th anniversary of India’s freedom, to research about the lesser known freedom fighters.

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