STUDENTS SHOULD FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY : MINISTER GANTA SRINIVASA RAO

 

Amravati,April 5,(globelmedianews.com):
Human Resource Development Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao wanted the students to develop awareness on hi-tech and technology in accordance with the changing society and thereby to work in the field. Suakra Youth Exchange program in Japan at his camp office in Vijayawada has congratulated students. Minister Haggard suggested that Japanese nation's technical talent in the field of science and technology should be understood by students on their tour. 


STUDENTS SHOULD FOCUS ON TECHNOLOGY : MINISTER GANTA SRINIVASA RAO

Technology has made it clear that the economy is the key to growth. The need for technology in every field has increased, with the outpouring of technologies that gives students more opportunities and making the country more likely. He added that the Sahara Youth Exchange program will contribute significantly to the transformation of students from Asian countries. This is a good opportunity for young scientists, "he said. Inter-studded G. Arundhati (AB Balagogi Gurukulugam, Vizag, APSWRS IS), T. Anusha (AP Balagogi Gurukulam, Vanga, APSWR IS), S. Janapriya (APSWR IS IS, Malli Srikakulam), K. Sai Sandeep (AP Nagarjuna Sagar, APR EIS), T Vandana, (APMS swimas) Srikakulam), D. Hemalatha (APMS, Krosur, Guntur) were selected for this conference. These are the minister's hourly ... specially greeted sweets. From April 8 to 13 students visit Japan and visit various places and technologies. Nobel laureate Professor Takaki Kazitha's speech is also on schedule. The Sakura Youth Exchange Program is run by the famous Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). These students were selected based on the English skills, age and other factors that resulted in the best talent in class results. RMSA Director P.Prabhakar Rao and other senior officials participated in the meeting.



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