Youth Will Become Strong Foundation Of Country’s Future: PM Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, during his address at the Rajya Sabha, emphasised the power of the country’s youth and said that they would become a strong foundation for the country’s future and commended the implementation of the new National Education Policy.

PM Modi, while replying to the motion of thanks on the President’s address in the Rajya Sabha, talked about how the youth and the students of the country can empower it further and brighten the future of the country.



During his address at the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Modi said, “The more emphasis we put on India’s youth power and the more opportunities we will give them, I understand that they will become a strong foundation for the bright future of our country.”

“I am glad that a long discussion took place regarding the National Education Policy. It is commendable that it has been approved all over the country,” PM Modi added while talking about the new education policy, which was recently approved by the Union Cabinet.

Medical, tech colleges in native languages

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked about the establishment of one medical and one technical college in each state, which imparts knowledge in the mother tongue of that area in an effort to promote the native languages of India.

“There is no dearth of talent in the villages and far-flung areas. I have a daring dream of each state having at least one medical college and a technical institution imparting education in the local language,” PM Modi said, during his visit to Assam.

During his speech at the Rajya Sabha, the Indian Prime Minister also said that the country has to bridge the gap between village and city, and move towards a self-reliant India, and lauded Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) for the opportunities it provides.


Recently, it was also announced on social media that PM Modi will be hosting the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021, where he will interact with parents, students, and teachers through video conferencing ahead of the upcoming examinations.

Source: India Today