PM Modi Praises Vidya Samiksha Kendra; Asks other States to Adopt its Model

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PM Modi Praises Vidya Samiksha Kendra; Asks other States to Adopt its Model

| Updated: April 19, 2022 18:24

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today praised Vidya Samiksha Kendra (VSK), the command control center set up by the Gujarat education department in Gandhinagar and said that every state should follow suit. While addressing a convention of women organized by Banas Dairy in Deodar of Banaskantha district, he said that ministries understand this model and replicate it so as to create a brighter future for the school students.

He said that the with the use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and large data analysis VSK has become a powerhouse for more than 54,000 schools, teachers and students. The center analyses over five crore data sets a year and will have tremendous positive impact on the education sector. He added, “Because of VSK, presence of students in schools has grown 26%.”

PM Modi is in Gujarat for three days, during which he will review and inaugurate series of developmental projects across the state. He insisted, “I will ask the concerned ministries and officials of the Government of India to study the VSK. Concerned ministries of different states should also study this system. The future of India will be brighter if more children get the benefit of this modern VSK system.”

During the speech, Modi applauded the efforts of the state’s Chief Miniter Bhupendra Patel and said that the every Gujarati could be proud of the growth that the state has achieved. He further added that he would always stand by the state and work with its people.  ”I was standing by you when I was Chief Minister of Gujarat. And even when you sent me to Delhi, I have not deserted you. I have been standing by you throughout the ups and downs. I am your dedicated worker (saathi) like the one who works in our fields. I want to work by your side,” he said.

Recently, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had slammed Gujarat Education Minister Jitu Vaghani for the dismal condition of government schools in the state. He had said that under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal, the government schools in Delhi have undergone a complete reform and Gujarat should adopt this model to strengthen its education sector.

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