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PM Modi praises Indian youths for building a brave new world

According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indian innovators increased the number of patents from approximately 4,000 in 2014 to around 50,000 presently.

Addressing the convocation ceremony of state-run Bharathidasan University here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recalled poet Bharathidasan’s ‘Puthiyathor Ulagam Seivom’ Tamil poems, after whom the university was named, and said it signified establishing a brave new world, which is also the university’s motto.

Modi said the Indian youth were already creating such a world. The Indian scientists are on the world map through missions like Chandrayaan and ‘our innovators took the number of patents from around 4,000 in 2014 to almost 50,000 now.’ India’s ‘humanity scholars are showcasing the India story to the world like never before.’ Also, the nation’s musicians and artists were continuously bringing international awards for the country, he said.

Giving back to the people for a better society and country is the true purpose of education, he underlined.

Modi is the first Prime Minister to address the varsity’s convocation event since it was founded in 1982.

He inquired whether anyone wanted to go to Delhi in a brief conversation with a group of pupils, to which two female students raised their hands and smiled.

The Prime Minister paid floral respects to a bust of revolutionary Tamil poet Bharathidasan (1891-1964), and posed for a group portraiture with students, Governor R N Ravi, and Chief Minister M K Stalin.

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